Future of Freedom Foundation | Oct 26, 2020 | 0
Brickbat: Impulse Decision
The Berkeley, California, City Council has unanimously voted to bar junk food from the checkout lanes of local supermarkets. The new law bars food items with over 5 grams of added sugar or 250mg of sodium as well as drinks with high levels of sugar or artificial sweeteners from checkout aisles.
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