With the elections over, the federal courts are warning Congress and the public that major spending cuts triggered by the impending "fiscal cliff" would imperil the justice system by forcing layoffs
...in a statement late Tuesday: "So don't break out the Cheetos or goldfish too quickly." The DOJ did not address...
...proposal would work both because kids would clamor less for foods like Cheetos and Froot Loops if they weren't advertised, and because it would...
Deprecated The American Lawyer
Lobbyists take to the Hill to stop stricter federal nutrition standards that could kick candy and snack food out of school vending machines
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