NEW YORK The New York State Restaurant Association, in an attempt to halt the April 21 enforcement of a city-wide calorie-posting regulation that was approved by a federal judge yesterday, is seeking a court-ordered stay pending an appeal of the verdict. Judge Richard Holwell’s ruling yesterday paved the way for health officials here to require chain restaurants of 15 stores or more to post calorie counts on their menu boards no later than June 4, or face code violations and ...

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