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Should the Government Fight Obesity by Regulating Fast Food?

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July 20, 2010

Should the government force you to fight obesity by regulating fast food restaurants?
According to a new Rasmussen Poll released first to Fox News, 39 percent of Americans say more regulation of fast food places is needed.  25 percent say there's too much already.

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