WASHINGTON — Beginning next year, chain restaurants with at least 20 locations will be required to include nutrition information, such as caloric content, on menus, menu-boards and drive-through boards, due to a provision of the health care reform bill signed into law by President Obama last week. In May 2008, after an 18-month court fight with its state restaurant association, New York City began enforcing a similar, municipal-level regulation. Since then, jurisdictions including the state ...

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