MIAMI A District of Columbia Superior Court judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by the Center for Science in the Public Interest against Burger King Corp. that had urged the burger behemoth either to halt use of artificial trans fats or post prominent warnings about the substance on menu boards, Miami-based BK said Friday. The court ruled in November that CSPI had no legal grounds for its lawsuit because the advocacy group had not met the requirement of representing ...

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