HARTFORD CONN. —Connecticut could become the first state in the nation to mandate menu labeling and ban artificial trans fats in restaurants if two bills recently passed by the state Senate are adopted by the House of Representatives. However, at least seven other states are considering the same two restrictions but have yet to bring them to a vote. Those states include California, Hawaii, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, ...
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