Advertisers Hope House Bill Will Squash New Food Guidelines

Language would cut funds needed for implementation

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Advertisers are hopeful that a clause in a new House appropriations bill for 2012 will throw a monkey wrench into the government's proposal for new guidelines on marketing food to children, guidelines that the advertising and marketing industries find unreasonable at best.

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