The Nebraska state legislature’s move to “indefinitely postpone” legislation that would have prevented fast-food operators from including toys in certain kids’ meals drew praise from the National Restaurant Association. The Nebraska Agriculture Committee voted 8-0 against the “Children’s Health & Corporate Responsibility Act,” or Legislative Bill 126, which would have restricted operators from featuring a toy in children’s meals containing ...

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