A fast-food moratorium raises questions of freedom and fries

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

In a section of Los Angeles, the city council has put a moratorium on new fast food restaurants. The measure is intended to promote healthier lifestyles in a working-class area where obesity is a concern. New York has required calorie labels at chain restaurants to combat obesity — where do government responsibility and personal responsibility intersect?
Guest: Kim Severson, The New York Times

Contributors:

Katherine Lanpher and Corey Takahashi

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