NEW YORK The New York State Restaurant Association said it is weighing whether to appeal a federal court ruling Tuesday to uphold New York City’s law requiring that some chain restaurants post calories on menus and menu board. NYSRA had filed a lawsuit in federal court early in 2008 challenging the city's requirements, which were passed by the City Council in 2007 and have been in effect since last July. Rick Sampson, president and chief executive of NYSRA, said he ...
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