CHICAGO — City workers here will compete against their counterparts in San Antonio for a $5 million grant from the American Beverage Association to see which workforce is healthier, according to a report in the Chicago Tribune. The contest is part of an effort to emphasize personal responsibility over soda bans and taxes on sugary drinks. The ABA, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro also announced a new Calories Count Vending Program Monday. ...

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