Hearing carried over for one week to allow more input
San Francisco city and county officials continued for a week a public hearing on a proposed ordinance to prohibit the bundling of toys and other incentives in the sale of children¹s meals that do not meet specific nutritional guidelines. Members of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors¹ Land Use and Economic Development Committee conducting the hearing on Monday agreed to extend it beyond the normal three-hour timeframe because of high interest in the matter and said they would ...
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