CHICAGO A member of Chicago's City Council has renewed his effort to mandate menu labeling here, this time with a bill modeled after rules adopted by New York City. Alderman Edward Burke refined a stricter measure he first presented 15 months ago. His new proposal, which he introduced Wednesday, would require restaurants with 15 or more outlets nationwide to post calorie counts on menus and menu boards.Previously, he proposed requiring restaurants with $10 million in annual sales to ...

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