This just in. The city council of Berkeleywood, Calif., has proposed an ordinance calling for health departments to pull the operating permit of any restaurant where the employees do not force milk on women at risk for osteoporosis.“‘Got milk?’ is a question too many women have been forgetting to ask, placing themselves at risk of health problems later in life,” councilmember Michael Name-madeup said of the council’s rationale for the rule. “Restaurants have a responsibility to save these ...
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