LOS ANGELES A Los Angeles City Council committee on Tuesday approved an ordinance that would prevent the opening of quick-service restaurants in certain parts of the city for one year. The measure now moves to a vote by the full council, though a date has not been disclosed. The moratorium is intended to provide time for city officials to develop ways of attracting full-service restaurants and grocery stores to South Los Angeles. City lawmakers say diet-related health problems in ...
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