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FEBRUARY 1--Mississippi legislators this week introduced a bill that would make it illegal for state-licensed restaurants to serve obese patrons. Bill No. 282, a copy of which you'll find below, is the brainchild of three members of the state's House of Representatives, Republicans W. T. Mayhall, Jr. and John Read, and Democrat Bobby Shows. The bill, which is likely dead on arrival, proposes that the state's Department of Health establish weight criteria after consultation with...
Originally posted by biggie smalls
This is pretty ridiculous, but in all honesty, it makes sense.
I don't think 'obese' people should be denied, but morbidly obese sure. I don't know where the line is cutoff, but I'm pretty sure if you're at the morbid part you can't leave your house so its a mute point.
Originally posted by jackinthebox
Why don't they propose a bill that sends fat people to a nutritionist and gives them discount organic foods?