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Advocates call on lawmakers to oppose appropriations riders with anti-menu labeling provisions

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Fearing that industry is pushing to sneak last-minute riders into the appropriations package that could weaken or delay implementation of the national menu labeling law, some consumer groups are calling on lawmakers to oppose any efforts that could compromise the full implementation of the calorie disclosure mandate.


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