SALEM Ore. A statewide menu-labeling mandate in Oregon advanced on Friday after it was approved by the state’s House of Representatives. House Bill 2726, which would require chain restaurants with 15 or more units to post calorie counts on menus and menu boards, reportedly was approved by a 44-to-14 vote. It now proceeds to the state Senate.California last year became the first state to require menu labeling statewide and implementation of those rules go into effect in July. Earlier ...

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