"In this way, consumers have more control over the amount of sodium they intake, and are given the option to exercise healthier diets and healthier lifestyles," Ortiz said, according to a Nation's Restaurant News report.
But many chefs and restaurant owners said they are tired of politicians dictating what they can serve and what people can eat. They have opposed the city's anti-sodium and anti-transfat campaigns.
Predictably, conservatives rankle.
So... how should we vote? For or against? Good or bad? Yes or no? It certainly might cut down on healthcare costs, which will soon be public costs. [I'm with Elizabeth Alexander, for the record, saying only, "What if the mightiest word is love?"]