Nannies for Consumer Education (sometimes)
(March 1st, 1999)
The Center for Science in the Public Interest (aka "The Nanny Center") has long fought for additional labeling requirements, arguing that labeling is "a basic consumer right-to-know" issue. So far, they have demanded:
  1. Labels describing how much caffeine is in food and drinks
  2. Labels on soda advising parents that...
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Is there no justice?
(March 1st, 1999)
Not wanting to miss out on all the nannying fun, the U.S. Justice Department is developing a campaign to target beer, wine, and spirits as major contributors to crime. A report on the link from the Office of Justice Programs suggested that the federal government should pay for an...
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