Although it may improve people’s health, cities or states should not ban certain fats from restaurants. First, the choice to eat at a restaurant is a private choice, and people can make decisions about what types of food they want in private life. They can also ask what types of ingredients are used and base their choices accordingly. Also, restaurants are private businesses, not government owned, and so shouldn’t be dictated by the will of governments without citizen approval first. Therefore, it is not the responsibility or role of the government to limit the personal choices of citizens or business owners each making private decisions.
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