PORTLAND Ore. Legislators for the Oregon county that encompasses Portland voted Thursday to require the disclosure of nutrition information on the menus of some chain restaurants. Approval of the measure, which applies to local units of chains with at least 15 locations nationwide, came after several hours of discussion, according to the website of the measure’s proponent, Multnomah County Commissioner Jeff Cogen. Among the topics reportedly debated was whether the county should step ...

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