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Thursday, October 11, 2018

Censorship as a cure for child obesity

My latest at Medium. Excerpt:
A menu is published information. No restaurant puts beer, wine, or liquor in the children’s menu, because children aren’t allowed by law to have alcoholic drinks. They’re still allowed to have pop, however. So what this law does is prohibit restaurants from providing factual information in certain locations of their own menus. This requirement may even be misleading if it persuades children or their parents that they’re not allowed to order pop.

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