A federal judge has upheld a New York City regulation that requires calorie counts to be posted on menu boards in some chain restaurants. An industry group had challenged the rule, which takes effect Monday. "We don't object to people doing it voluntarily," an industry group spokesman said before the ruling was announced. "Our problem was the government agency forcing them to do it. We think restaurants should be able to determine from their customers how they want to get the information."
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