Just one day before New York City was set to ban the sale of large sodas and sugary beverages at restaurants and other venues throughout the five boroughs, a state judge overturned the new regulations, calling them “arbitrary and capricious.” Beginning Tuesday, March 12, the ban, which had been championed by Mayor Michael Bloomberg, would have restricted restaurants, sports venues, movie theaters, street carts and delis from selling soda and other sugary beverages in cups or ...

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