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Is New York Going Too Far in Banning Big Sugary Drinks?

New York City plans to enact a far-reaching ban on the sale of large sodasand other sugary drinks at restaurants, movie theaters and street carts, in the most ambitious effort yet by the Bloomberg administration to combat rising obesity, the New York Times reports.

The proposed ban would affect virtually the entire menu of popular sugary drinksfound in delis, fast-food franchises and even sports arenas, from energy drinks to pre-sweetened iced teas, the Times says.

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