ROCKVILLE Md. The Montgomery County Council is expected to consider a bill that would require local restaurants with at least nine branches operating under the same name nationwide to post nutritional information on their menus or menu boards. The proposal, which was the focus of hearings Tuesday night, would require the restaurants to post the calories, fat grams and sodium content of each food item.The bill’s co-sponsor, democratic Councilman George Leventhal, maintains that the ...

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