ROCKVILLE Md. Officials of the Restaurant Association of Maryland have told Montgomery County Council members here that they oppose the passage of menu-labeling regulations at the state, county or local level in favor of more encompassing federal legislation.The County Council is weighing a measure that would require restaurants with 20 or more outlets nationwide to post nutrition information on their menus and menu boards. The bill was originally introduced in 2007 by council member George ...

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