Conn. Mulls Bill To Make Restaurants Post Calories

Law360 (May 11, 2009, 12:00 AM EDT) -- A legislative committee in Connecticut is reportedly set to cast its vote on a measure that would require certain chain restaurants to disclose total calorie counts for standard menu items, as the issue of calorie-posting provisions heats up across the nation.

The planning and development committee of the Connecticut General Assembly was slated to consider the proposal — which would require the counts to appear in printed menus or on menu boards starting July 1, 2010 — during a session on Monday, according to the Associated...
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