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Well, what New York City does we tend to follow. First it was Brookline and now it looks like Boston is following suit.

The Boston Public Health Commission voted unanimously, after little discussion, to give preliminary approval to a ban that would take effect late this year if it receives another thumbs-up in the spring.

I'm not really sure how I feel about this. Part of me wants the ability to eat trans fat if I feel like it. I don't like being told what I can and cannot eat by the government. The other part of me is thinking - it's not like I eat trans fat on its own. Stuff is cooked in it or with it. If that same food can be cooked to taste the same without it, then what's the harm of banning it?

It wouldn't hurt for me to be a little bit healthier anyways. So life minus the trans fat would probably be beneficial. Click (here) to read the original Globe article.

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