WASHINGTON — The National Restaurant Association, the New York State Restaurant Association and the American Beverage Association have formed a coalition to fight against the proposed New York City soda ban using an online petition, radio ads, movie trailers and a direct mail campaign. The city’s soda ban, intended to reduce obesity, would limit sugary drinks sold at restaurants, food carts, delis, movie theaters and stadiums to 16 ounces or less.  NRA’s ...

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