NEW YORK —New York City’s decision to re-enact a controversial menu-labeling law could trigger another legal challenge from industry officials, though their last lawsuit against the calorie-disclosure ordinance, albeit successful, also yielded court clarification of the permissible scope of such rules. In a unanimous vote, the city’s Board of Health adopted revised regulations requiring all restaurant chains with at least 15 outlets ...

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