Think it’s dangerous that local governments try to ban quick-service restaurants—or, by extension, any other type of restaurant—because officials deem their food unhealthy? Take heart. With the capitulation by the city council of Loma Linda, CA, a town thought to be the most health-conscious in America, the notion of legislating healthful dining may be dead. You’d think Loma Linda, a city of 23,000 located just east of Los Angeles, would be the last place McDonald’s would want to open a ...

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