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People eat the wrong stuff -- get sick it's why most everyone says we need government to set some limits.
Make sure there isn't bacteria in your food -- dangerous chemicals and to make sure food companies tell you what's in their food and how fattening and it's.
State legislator Felix Ortiz has done that in New York City.
He got trans fats banned he got calorie counts posted at McDonald's and other fast food places.
Now he wants a ban on adding too much -- so representative -- TC that you save lives because of these things -- -- Broad -- Allison is a farmer a grows vegetables also raises cows chickens and -- -- all I assume you want to.
People who buy your beef and pork to be safe so bill we owe him a -- thanks for saving -- No actually -- say you're killing me out here.
You know I'm trying to get my stuff to market and this uplift for of government regulations.
You know is is killing our farm and our ability to come to market.
Well you're just a greedy businessman.
And you don't care people die let's let's go -- some of the way is that assemblyman Ortiz.
Has saved in the trans fat -- Well that we had sold that sold -- how about you -- tax on junk food.
That well we have a bill to -- ensured that we can -- Not minimize side of the arm the carbohydrate.
Probably studies in the market them we aren't leaving the consumer -- choice two.
I threw shoes what they want to consume.
So good food would cost less sugary food would cost more.
That is up -- -- correct is orange juice and apple juice junk food.
While they're not don't I don't believe they are our -- what I says that I thought I think have more sugar than Coke and Pepsi.
Well we will have with we will cross that bridge when we get -- what I would tell you this much -- -- my -- -- -- liked my orange.
You also help get these calorie counts posted -- fast food place.
That is correct.
So legal and McDonald's that say all of this many calories and that helps people we have managed who have consolidate -- who made their choices based on what they see.
And we have managed now to see that -- wonderful number -- far.
-- one decrease in -- dump it on people suffering from a non.
Obesity and I diabetes decreasing and well it's -- -- endowed their regular room my don't know.
I'm -- keen on northerners are becoming to be more -- -- Real studies been -- illness and in the fast food places and you can say -- doesn't cost that much put up a label tell us what the calorie count is.
But NYU -- -- a test they went into these fast food places after your law went into effect and people said.
-- yeah it's great that we can see the calorie count and we're paying more attention of that now.
And then they look at the receipts and they saw they were eating more calories -- Didn't do any good well.
They may -- save this -- -- had the had the best thing that we can do is to give the consumer big choice -- option.
Chillier brought a book titled everything -- I want to do is illegal.
-- my point does that every -- the government penetrates into the food system.
The -- -- up on the from the big guys and little guys like us.
Get routed back from the table due to a due to a smothering bunch of regulations the little guys it.
It puts them on a business the big guys can afford all.
These rules absolutely because look the regulations are non scalable.
You know the felt felt wonderful you know when you first say them and then as soon as they get implemented on the ground.
The the innovative embryonic prototypes you want to bring innovation to the marketplace.
Have such a large overhead to get a place at the marketplace that these embryonic prototypes of innovation.
Are stillborn because they have to be born too big.
Now jolt drinks milk that hasn't been pasteurized Lawndale it's called -- he thinks it's health -- Quote of the day I think yeah they are ridiculous but we agree I -- thing.
That this clip is creepy government officials raided a food co -- in Los Angeles just because they sold raw milk.
They drew their guns and I'm like why why you joined Gandhi's -- to need it seemed like.
They thought we had cocaine in the Pope -- or something these people come and invade ripped my house apart they took me down to the -- -- -- It booked me.
Photograph -- like a criminal.
So Felix -- Support government protecting us like that.
Well I think that government interventions -- -- result off our when things get out of control I when you have for -- it.
And health care cost nickel a hard -- fifteen billion it all our -- body doesn't he get it.
Usually freeze that part of freedom that he can make his own stupid choices I never believed then and according anybody's freedom and I always give them -- choice and they're telling you know what you're vacation and works.
Are you support Bloomberg's ban on big soft drinks well then that this that big soft drink it's important to realize that and we need to make -- -- -- it.
And then you know you -- children under age of nine he my own district.
Are we -- they suffer from hypertension.
-- every -- far off too much sold out too much to learn to that's this -- resold that.
People are not taken their own responsibility definitely government jumping to it somehow means they are leaving them their choice here not your average company and then taken -- -- choices well.
They should be glad that we get are where we -- to believe could be mean we get that may make -- -- that people will give mcdougals and this is dangerous it's too big.
Well that's that these depending how many of those you have to date on how will they don't want is is illegal and I year old daughter I will tell you that the recent I have this short term China at that to make sure that people had escorted from getting those kind of items.
Yeah actually -- does anyone advance I -- to bend over.
Except for Bloomberg roll bands a drink the science.
Well -- -- more than sixteen ounces I think guys is so great idea a -- that was promptly as usual for my mayor.
What a band extra salt too many US go back to the sole basis have very important -- that we need to these costs on talk about it.
When you talk about having too much -- -- on our own product we talking about.
About the stroke we talking about how to that we program -- hypertension.
-- -- -- Yeah the the the problem is that the government -- you can tell you that you can't eat this soda or the salt is the same government that can tell you can't have alternative treatments for cancer therapy a government.
That it can tell you.
That you can't make a risky decision.
Is a government that can dot -- you the right to make healthy decisions you can't.
Last point 'cause some are easier you support the mayor.
Man who donated for twenty years was turned away when he tried to give bagels -- -- -- do.
Because you -- no less salt and sugar content.
Thank you just -- homeless shelters you support this.
And euros let me just made myself very clear about what I supported don't support sometime we can look at too much -- -- But I would tell -- -- -- -- restaurant and I have my own choices I asked I asked -- they they wait for can you tell.
The ditch effort to make sure he's not -- in my view in my in my items and I make those choices.
Our and that really has you don't want salt I can't sell -- you that you still would have your choice you can continue to do that but others say look don't you try why they.
Choice I'm running limited this memo on household that broke into your plate and shedding new -- on the life of the people of these mention wolf.
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