LOS ANGELES The California Restaurant Association said today that it may take legal action to challenge the one-year ban on quick-service restaurant development that was unanimously approved Tuesday by the Los Angeles City Council for an impoverished region of the city. The measure, yet to be signed by the mayor, also would offer incentives for full-service restaurants to open in the area. Aimed at slowing a rise in local obesity rates, the moratorium would apply to a 32-square-mile ...
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