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Ad Age Wonders if Sugar Will ‘Survive’ Regulatory Onslaught

“Large sugary drinks” got a reprieve this week after a judge struck down New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s ban on drinks above a certain size and in only some dining establishments. But ...
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Media Still in Love with War on Soda

Lefty group CPSI launches new ad campaign parodying Coke bears just before CDC shows sugary soda use declines.
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Bloomberg’s Soda Ban Passes, After Steady Stream of Media Attacks on Soft Drinks

New York City Board of Health approves the mayor’s proposed soda ban in spite of lack of evidence regulation will lower obesity.
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‘60 Minutes’ Attacks Sugar as Toxic, Like ‘Cocaine’

Sugar is a “toxin” that is killing the unwitting masses, according to an April 1, “60 Minutes” hosted by CNN’s chief medical correspondent, Dr. Sanjay Gupta.

'World News' Promotes Food Police Attack on Marketing

Segment insists characters brainwash kids into eating unhealthy foods, says voluntary standards 'aren't nearly good enough.'

CNBC's Burnett: 'Ethanol Mafia is a Powerful Thing'

'Street Signs' host Burnett and 'Mad Money' host Cramer note corn lobby influence on Obama could keep gas prices high.

CNN's Gupta: 'Cheap' Corn Should Be Taxed to Fight Obesity

Medical correspondent presents tax on products with corn syrup as a convoluted solution to obesity and to 'offset' price of corn, ignoring that the price is already at an 11-year high.

ABC Gets Syrupy over Global Warming

'World News' says 'long-term warming trend' could damage state's economy, though NBC showed how farmers can adapt.

CNN Dusts Off 6-Month-Old Study to Push Internet Advertising Regulations

Network's top doc gives just 6 seconds to industry and zero time to talk about parental responsibility.

Viewers Get No Holiday from CNN's Energy Price Concerns

Prices at the pump decrease, but CNN's 'In The Money' still worried about what increases might mean for consumers.
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