SACRAMENTO Kids who eat dinner regularly with their families are less likely to smoke, drink or use drugs, according to research — and the California Restaurant Association is working to point out that those benefits can also be experienced when families dine out together. Members of the CRA are offering up a full plate of discounts for families during the fourth annual We Are Family Day. The event is scheduled for Sept. 23 in California, where the state’s First Lady Maria Shriver serves as ...
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