LOS ANGELES A proposal to suspend development of quick-service restaurants in South Los Angeles moved closer to passage yesterday when a city council committee approved the plan. The measure now moves to the full council. If approved, the legislation would prohibit new QSRs from opening within a 32-square-mile area for at least one year.Councilmember Jan Perry introduced the moratorium as a way to reduce diabetes and obesity within the economically depressed region. According to a ...
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