In May, we told you that Detroiters didn’t take kindly to Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick’s misguided tax aimed at fast food. But that hasn’t stopped Michigan father-and-son state legislative team LaMar Lemmons Jr. and LaMar Lemmons III from introducing the same idea — and their money grab isn’t limited to Motown.

The Lemmons’ bill proposes a “fast-food restaurant and food service tax” to target “the privilege of selling certain food and beverages.” Here’s our question: How about a bill that grants consumers the “privilege” to make their own choices without being collared by a new squad of food cops?