New York Mayor wants to ban large size sodas
NEW YORK CITY -- One politician is trying to curtail the growing concern of obesity in our country by implementing a soda law.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is pushing to ban big sugary beverages in the Big Apple.
His plan is to ban soft drinks bigger than 16 ounces that are sold at places like deli's, restaurants, and even movie theaters. However, New Yorkers are torn between the potential ban.
Bloomberg has already banned trans fats in city restaurants and required they post calorie counts on menus.