Appeals court strikes down proposed soda ban in NYC

07/30/2013 | Reuters · Bloomberg

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's proposed ban on sugar-sweetened drinks larger than 16 ounces suffered a setback on Tuesday when a state appellate court ruled that the legislation violates the state principle of separation of powers. "The Board of Health overstepped the boundaries of its lawfully delegated authority when it promulgated the portion cap rule to curtail the consumption of soda drinks," Justice Dianne T. Renwick wrote for the court.

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