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February 28, 2013 1:35 PM

Editorial | Take Food Limits Off the Table

We’ve all watched belts loosen over recent decades as America struggles to keep its weight under control. The resulting health issues are quickly becoming a national crisis that threaten to exacerbate already rapidly growing health care costs. But becoming the government food police is not the answer.

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