NEW YORK An appeals court judge has temporary halted New York’s health department from enforcing the city’s controversial menu-labeling regulation, which would require some chain restaurants to post calorie counts on menu boards and menus. The requirement technically went into effect Monday, though qualifying restaurants that failed to comply would not be fined until June 4. Judge Robert A. Katzmann of the Second Circuit Court of Appeals issued the temporary stay on Wednesday ...
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