Letter to the Editor: Regulate, don't ban, bad 'food'

Here's another letter to the editor published in the Salem News:

"The Salem News is right that the New York City soda ban is unconstitutional and we should be leery of government control.

There’s no need to cite the ever-increasing statistics on obesity, along with its secondary and tertiary effects on the overall society.

It’s not an individual problem; it increasingly is a societal problem. Numerous sources show how companies purposely make food more addictive while simultaneously targeting children (just like the cigarette companies did). Weight control for many people is extremely hard to manage, even when not being blasted by thousands of ads per day telling us to eat more."

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