What will happen next?
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has created a soda controversy that may take more than a 44-ounce Big Gulp to quench.
Citing what he says is the contribution sugary beverages make to obesity in the U.S., Bloomberg proposed a ban the sale of any sugary beverage over 16 ounces in any of the city's restaurants, delis, movie theaters or even street carts.
“Obesity" is a nationwide problem, and all over the United States, public health
officials are wringing their hands saying, ‘Oh, this is terrible.’ New
York City is not about wringing your hands; it’s about doing something. I
think that’s what the public wants the mayor to do,” Bloomberg told The New York Times in making his proposal last week.
Do you really think this will stop"Obesity"
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