SACRAMENTO Calif. The California Legislature has passed a bill that would require restaurants throughout the state to eliminate trans fats from all menu items during a multi-year process. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has yet to indicate whether he will veto the measure or sign it into law. Although a number of cities and counties have banned trans fat from restaurant fare, California would be the first state to do so.The bill approved by the state Legislature on Monday would require ...

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