Judge Blocks New York City’s Soda Ban

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Judge Blocks New York City’s Soda Ban

Just one day before the rule was set to go into effect in New York City, a state justice blocked Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s controversial regulation banning the sale of sodas and other sugary beverages over 16 ounces. What do you think?

  • “Honey, pack your bags. The New York trip is back on!”

    Roy Ivernel
    Bicycle Assembler
  • “So I drank all those two-liters last night for nothing?”

    Beatrice Ross
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  • “Well, there goes my Pepsi speakeasy.”

    Anthony Gilhooly
    Feather Separator