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The anti-menu labeling bill, the so-called Common Sense Nutrition Disclosure Act (S.261/HR.772), is neither common sense nor provides more nutrition information.  The industry-backed bill would make it harder for customers to understand and obtain calorie and other nutrition information at many restaurants and similar food establishments. 

Menu labeling is a tool intended to help Americans make informed food choices at a time when obesity and other nutrition-related health problems are at crisis levels, adding significant fiscal and health burdens on the American public, businesses, and federal, state, and local budgets.

Please take a minute to email your members of Congress today to oppose the anti-menu labeling bill.  You can also call them through the Capitol switchboard at (202) 224-3121.