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    Anonymous

    While I don't really care that they have to place caloric information on the menu, the idea that people are going to choose wisely based on that information is what has yet to be determined. Just look at all of the people opting for salads at McDonald's and then lathering it up in a nice layer of Ranch Dressing.

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    Albert Nurick

    No argument – you can't force people to make wise decisions. But having caloric information readily available makes it much easier for those who wish to factor calories into their choice.

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    Dragana

    I believe it's a step in the right direction. I am not a fast food junkie, but occasionally during driving trips when there is not much to choose from, having a calorie indicator would be a great help.

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Health Care Reform means changes at restaurants

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