Takeout Menus and the Specter of Red TapeCathy McMorris Rodgers and Loretta Sanchez
July 5 (Bloomberg) -- Republicans and Democrats are engaged in serious discussions about the policy reforms needed to achieve sustained economic growth, job creation and deficit reduction. As these debates unfold, a number of important opportunities exist for Congress to provide regulatory relief to the U.S. economy. Menu labeling represents one example of a regulation that threatens to impose significant costs on consumers and small businesses without delivering meaningful value to the public.
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