A New York State judge has granted a temporary restraining order that prohibits enforcement of a law in New York City requiring chain restaurants to label high-salt items. Justice David Friedman of the state Supreme Court’s appellate division granted the order Monday, which was requested by the National Restaurant Association, pending a decision by a panel of appellate justices on a preliminary injunction of the law. NRA spokeswoman Christin Fernandez said in an email that the ...

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