Bloomberg Tells Letterman He'll Appeal Soda Ban Decision, Vows to Leave Cheez-Its Alone 10 weeks ago
Mayor Michael Bloomberg told David Letterman that New York City will appeal a judge's decision to block his ban on large-sized sodas....
By Brent Lang
The rules would have prevented theaters, stadiums and eateries in the city's five boroughs from selling sugary colas that are larger than 16 ounces.
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