L.A.’s ban on new QSR drive-thrus in 32-sq.-mile swath feeds debate over anti-obesity activism

L.A.’s ban on new QSR drive-thrus in 32-sq.-mile swath feeds debate over anti-obesity activism

LOS ANGELES —City Council member Jan Perry admits she is not a fan of fast-food restaurants, but she insists she’s not trying to shut them down.

Perry says she just wants to give her constituents more dining options, though so far the controversial new law she authored has appeared to inspire mostly ridicule from pundits and complaints from local residents, including the people Perry seeks to benefit.

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