SACRAMENTO Calif. California on Tuesday became the first state to enact a law mandating the disclosure of nutrition information by chain restaurants, with Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signing the industry-supported menu-labeling bill on the day before it expired. His signature came a few days after a federal nutrition disclosure bill that would pre-empt state and local requirements was introduced on Capitol Hill with the support of the National Restaurant Association and other foodservice ...
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