A bill now on the governor's desk would bar counties and towns from enacting rules that require calorie counts to be posted, that cap portion sizes, or that keep toys out of kids' meals. "The Anti-Bloomberg Bill" garnered wide bipartisan support in both chambers of the legislature in a state where one in three adults is obese, the highest rate in the nation.The struggle against the nanny state.
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
NPR reports on Mississippi's reaction to strongman Mike Bloomberg :
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