San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom vowed to veto an ordinance prohibiting the use of toys and other incentives in restaurant kids' meals that do not meet specific nutritional guidelines, though he is likely be overridden by the Board of Supervisors. Newsom, who will soon step down as San Francisco’s mayor to take his place as California’s newly elected lieutenant governor, issued his veto message Tuesday, shortly after the board voted 8-3 to approve the second reading of the law, ...
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