New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg again is locking horns with the restaurant industry as he seeks to ban the sale of large sodas and sugary drinks in the city.
 Targeting the nation’s health and obesity problems, Bloomberg said he wants New York to establish a 16-ounce size limit on sugary beverages served at restaurants, delis, sports venues, movie theaters and street carts throughout the five boroughs. 
 According to the proposal, sugary drinks are defined as beverages that are ...

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