OKLAHOMA CITY The Oklahoma House will consider a bill passed last week by the state Senate to create a task force to determine whether restaurant menus should list calories, fat grams and other nutritional information. Senate Bill 1135, called the "Healthy Choices Act,” passed 37-8 in the Senate. It was amended to create a task force to study the issue.“This proposal was changed into a task force to study the menu-labeling issue,” said Jim Hopper, president and chief executive of the ...
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