LANSING Mich. A proposal introduced in the Michigan legislature would require restaurants to carry a state-approved health warning on their menus about trans-fat oils and to phase out the use of artificial trans-fats starting in July, the Associated Press reported. The proposed law also would require restaurants to list on their menus which items are made with partially hydrogenated vegetable oils, the source of artificial trans fats.Aseparate proposal in Oakland County, Mich., would ...

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