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A judge called a halt Monday to New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's controversial plan to ban the sale of sugary beverages in containers larger than 16 ounces
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Milton Tingling held that although the city's Board of Health has "very broad" powers, they do not include "the authority to limit or ban a legal item under the guise
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