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Mississippi to Pass “Anti-Bloomberg Bill”

Mississippi state legislators don’t want for their cities to pass a soda ban like NYC did without their say-so. Even though Mississippi has the highest obesity rates in the U.S., Tony Smith, a state senator, believes that obesity is about “personal responsibility” and what residents eat shouldn’t be legislated by the government, reported The New York Times.

 

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