Lawmakers in both Oregon and Connecticut adopted menu-labeling mandates Monday night, reflecting the growing support for more disclosure of nutrition information in restaurants. In Maine, a statewide menu-labeling bill also progressed after a House of Representatives vote there, though further action by both the state House and Senate are reportedly required.In Salem, Ore., a bill requiring chain restaurants throughout the state to post calorie counts on menus, menu boards and ...
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