The New York State Restaurant Association has declined to participate in a lawsuit filed by the National Restaurant Association and other trade groups to overturn New York City’s newly passed restrictions on the sale of large, sugary beverages in the restaurants and other businesses. The lawsuit, which was filed on Oct. 12 in New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan, seeks to block New York officials from implementing the ban on large sodas and sugary drinks passed by the ...

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