NASHVILLE Tenn. Proposed legislation requiring chain restaurants in Tennessee to post caloric content on menu boards and menus hit a roadblock Tuesday when the bill was sent back to a House subcommittee for further study of whether the measure would actually help combat obesity and related chronic illnesses. The bill, which would have been similar to mandates already passed in New York City and California, was aimed at chain restaurants operating 20 units or more.The bill could be ...

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