Oregon and Connecticut in early June joined the growing list of states embracing menu-labeling mandates, steadily adding to the patchwork of laws that restaurant association officials have been trying to prevent for the past several years.Lawmakers in both Maine’s House and Senate also approved a statewide menu-labeling measure in June, although further action from both chambers is awaited.The Massachusetts Public Health Council passed statewide menu-labeling regulations in May.“It’s like a ...
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