NEW CITY N.Y. A Rockland County, N.Y., legislator has proposed a bill that would make the county the latest jurisdiction to require local units of chains with at least 15 stores nationwide to disclose calorie counts on menus and menu boards. The bill proposed by Joseph Meyers, a Democrat from Airmont, N.Y., is similar to the one in effect in New York City and another under consideration in Westchester County, N.Y."Providing calorie information is public health intervention and will ...
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