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POSTED: 11:56 AM May 31 2012   UPDATED: 3:02 AM Apr 25 2014

The Connecticut state legislature is considering a bill that would ban day care centers from serving whole milk or two percent milk to children in an effort to curb childhood obesity. Check out what other products or activities have been banned in the past and where.

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The Connecticut state legislature is considering a bill that would ban day care centers from serving whole milk or two percent milk to children in an effort to curb childhood obesity. Check out what other products or activities have been banned in the past and where.

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