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Topic - Hispanic Federation
Opponents of the city's limit on the size of sugary drinks are raising questions of racial fairness alongside other complaints as the novel restriction faces a court test.
New York City's limit on the size of sugary drinks is an "extraordinary infringement" on consumer choice, a lawyer for the American Beverage Association and other critics said in court on Wednesday.
A New York City lawyer says a limit on the size of sugary drinks is reasonable and necessary because of an obesity epidemic.