Lawmakers in New York and Massachusetts are looking to enact statewide menu-labeling measures, just three months after California became the first state to require the disclosure of nutrition information at chain restaurants. In Massachusetts, Gov. Deval Patrick on Thursday unveiled a new anti-obesity campaign that includes a menu-labeling provision. According to a report in the Boston Globe, the provision would require chain restaurants with 15 or more units to post calorie counts ...

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