LA, Cambridge, MA and NYC consider ban on large sodas
Have lawmakers gone too far? We take a look at responses to the bans on Twitter.
- — Sarah Ida Kosofsky (@SarahIKosofsky)Wed, Jun 20 2012 16:18:13Cambridge is trying to ban large sodas. Spend effort teaching healthy habits, not banning goods and hurting business. Come on, Cambridge.
- — Ashley Lee (@ashleyllee)Wed, Jun 20 2012 08:56:10Massachusetts has a long-standing ban on happy hours. Now Cambridge is considering a ban on large sodas. http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2012/06/now-cambridge-mass-is-weighing-a-soda-ban-too/258712/ …icfood/hBostonarchive/2012/06/now-cambridge-mass-is-weighing-a-soda-ban-too/258712/ #food #Boston
- — Chris Troeger (@Chris_Troeger)Fri, Jun 15 2012 11:49:25Thinking about the NYC proposed ban on large sodas. I appreciate the public health effort but why not tax them instead?
- — RAblogger (@armitageblogger)Tue, Jun 12 2012 15:49:45Agreed:Bloomberg's ban on large sodas called "hysterical nanny statery" by Boris Johnson,London Mayor http://www.bbcamerica.com/anglophenia/2012/06/boris-johnson-america-is-the-proudest-creation-of-london/ …a.com/anglophenia/2012/06/boris-johnson-america-is-the-proudest-creation-of-london/ via @anglophenia
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