The Associated Press The New York City Board of Health voted yesterday to approve a new version of a law requiring fast-food outlets to display calorie counts on menus, hoping the fat-filled truth will shock New Yorkers into eating healthier. The regulation, which takes effect March 31, was altered slightly after a judge rejected the […]

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