MADISON Wis. A planning official of Madison, Wis., reportedly wants the city to follow the lead of communities north of the U.S. border in considering a ban on restaurant drive-thrus. The possibility was aired by Eric Sundquist, the Madison Plan Commission appointee of Mayor Dave Cieslewicz, according to local media. It comes about two weeks after Minneapolis passed a law that would prohibit cars from idling for more than three minutes, a measure that could affect drive-thru use.At ...

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