CHICAGO —The alderman who last summer proposed banning artificial trans fats from restaurant foods here has drawn fire from Mayor Richard Daley after calling for a menu labeling law that would be even stricter than the one approved last month in New York City. The Chicago proposal by Democrat Edward Burke would require restaurants with at least $10 million in annual sales to display the calories, sodium and saturated-fat content of each ...
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