Call it a tale of two coasts. Call it a study in contrasts, too. In what feels like déjà vu all over again, the New York State Restaurant Association is locked in legal combat with the New York City Board of Health over the nutritional-disclosure issue. A few weeks ago the city’s board voted unanimously to re-enact its contentious menu-labeling law, this time requiring chains with 15 or more units nationwide to post calorie information prominently on menus or menu boards. A ...

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