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Stop the Food Police

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Uploaded on Apr 5, 2010

The food police are on a march around the country. Elected officials and health czars have waged a war to control what we eat by hitting us where it hurts most...our wallets.

In New York, the ban on bake sales hurts our children's fundraising efforts. The proposed tax on beverages forces us to pay even more at the checkout counter. And a proposed bill criminalizing salt threatens to cripple our restaurants. And there is discussion in other states and at the federal level to follow their lead.

NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg is pursuing a sweeping sodium reduction campaign that makes NYC residents test subjects in a bureaucratic agenda not based on sound science, but on political science and alarmism.

And NYC officials are working to impose their ideas across the country by pressuring food companies to give in to their demands. In fact, they are so bold as to call their NYC sodium reduction campaign a "Nationwide" sodium reduction campaign.

Political administrations need to hear from the people: It's my food. My choice.

Sign the petition, use the resources on MyFoodMyChoice.org, share with your friends, and protect your right to make your own food choices.

The Bloomberg administration is pursuing a sweeping sodium reduction campaign that makes NYC residents test subjects and pressures food companies to drastically change their products regardless of the desires of consumers. Worse yet, this bureaucratic agenda is not based on sound science, but on political science and alarmism.

Sign the petition today and save NYC's incredible and diverse cuisine and protect your right to make your own food choices.

My food. My choice.

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