ANNAPOLIS, Md. Maryland and Philadelphia have joined the list of areas that are considering a trans-fat restriction like the one New York City will adopt beginning July 1. Abill limiting the trans-fat content of restaurant fare has been introduced in the Maryland legislature here by Democrat James Hubbard, a delegate from Prince George’s County, according to local media reports. It is apparently patterned after the New York measure, which would require restaurants to limit the trans ...

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