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WARNING! No warnings allowed to stop sales of sugary drinks

Jeff Brown September 28, 2017
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The 9th Circuit concluded that rather than being “purely factual and uncontroversial,” the warning requires advertisers to convey San Francisco’s disputed policy views, which unduly burdens and chills protected commercial speech. READ MORE

Is San Francisco’s sugar-sweetened beverage rule watering down First Amendment rights?

Carl Rowley June 6, 2016

San Francisco’s ordinance targeting added sugar has the potential to leave a bad taste in the mouth of beverage makers and other product advertisers across the nation after a federal judge in California upheld a particularly onerous labeling mandate for sugar-sweetened drinks. READ MORE