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FDA to Ruin Future July 4th Festivities With New Trans-Fat Ban
07/03/2015 at 05:46 am - Michi Iljazi

Fourth of July

This weekend, families all across America will celebrate America’s independence with fireworks, swimming pools, friends, family, libations, hamburgers and hot dogs, and a whole host of foods. However the government is likely going to make that more difficult for future holidays as new regulations by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), to ban artificial trans fats, could have an enormous impact on taxpayers, the economy and what choices individuals make when it comes to what to eat not just on the 4th of July, but every day.   This new regulation is a clear government over reach and in poor taste.  Will donuts and fried chicken become illegal and considered contraband?  There are several problems with what the FDA is doing, and regardless of any good intentions the agency may or may not have, another regulation is absolutely not the answer to any concerns over the safety of trans fats. The first problem is that at the core, individuals can make their own choices about what food products they want to put in their body, as opposed to an outright ban that prevents people from making that choice  Taxpayers will be hit with an enormous cost as the FDA bureaucracy Is expanded


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