Not So Happy San Francisco
What's the deal with the city's ban on happy meals. While I agree with the reasons behind the ban, mainly health concerns for children and reducing the city's health care costs, I feel that this is a bit too much like "big brother," and that people should be able to make their own decisions about what food they eat. If the city's so concerned about this, why don't they work on getting poorer sections of the city more access to grocery stores and subsidize organic/local foods? Thoughts?