San Francisco banned the Happy Meal because it's too tempting and unhealthy. Are we losing our freedoms or gaining the ability to go for a jog?
The economist Adam Ozimek is worried that San Francisco's ban on Happy Meals (technically it's a ban on including a toy with a meal that has more than 600 calories, with more than 35 percent of those calories coming from fat) puts us further down the slippery slope to pernicious paternalism:
Well folks, we’ve reached a new slope bottom: San Francisco has banned the McDonalds Happy Meal.
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