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Argument: Calories counts a better option than taxing unhealthy foods

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David Kiley. "Fast Food Menu Calorie Counter Should Be National Law". Business Week. July 17, 2009: "We all have heard the idea of putting a tax on fast food and soda pop and the rest to help pay for public healthcare remedies. Before we do that, though, how about making NYC’s reg national and see how the marketplace works it out. That would seem to me to be a very conservative remedy before we consider taxes. Just give us the info at point-of sale, and let customers decide what’s best for them. [...] Beats more taxes."

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