NEW YORK A federal judge Wednesday cleared the way for this city’s health department to require chains of 15 stores or more to post calorie counts on their menu boards beginning April 21, after setting aside a legal challenge by the New York State Restaurant Association. The decision, which had been postponed repeatedly in recent months, also stated that the nutrition-disclosure regulation would not be enforced until June 4, when the health department would begin seeking monetary ...
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