New York City Board Of Health Approves Bloomberg's Over Sized Sugary Drink Ban : News Photo

New York City Board Of Health Approves Bloomberg's Over Sized Sugary Drink Ban

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NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 13: Bruce Ratner, minority owner of the Brooklyn Nets, speaks to the media about limiting large size sugary drinks at the new Barclays Center during a press conference with New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg at city hall on September 13, 2012 in New York City. The New York City Board of Health voted Friday to enact Bloomberg's proposal to limit the size of sugary beverages sold in restaurants to 16 ounces. Meanwhile, the new Barclay's Center, home of the Brooklyn Nets, decided to voluntarily adopt the city's new drink size rule, six months before the requirement goes into effect . The new rule covers restaurants, mobile food carts, delis, movie theaters, stadiums and arenas in New York City, but not convenience stores. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 13: Bruce Ratner, minority owner of the Brooklyn Nets, speaks to the media about limiting large size sugary drinks at the new Barclays Center during a press conference with New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg at city hall on September 13, 2012 in New York City. The New York City Board of Health voted Friday to enact Bloomberg's proposal to limit the size of sugary beverages sold in restaurants to 16 ounces. Meanwhile, the new Barclay's Center, home of the Brooklyn Nets, decided to voluntarily adopt the city's new drink size rule, six months before the requirement goes into effect . The new rule covers restaurants, mobile food carts, delis, movie theaters, stadiums and arenas in New York City, but not convenience stores. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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