WISN 12 News reports the panel, which includes Sen. Alberta Darling (R-River Hills) and Sen. Glenn Grothman (R-West Bend), placed a provision in the budget bill that would prevent any city or county from limiting the size of a food or drink being sold.
The infamous New York City ban on sugary drinks larger than 16 ounces is being challenged in court, but if successful it would dramatically slash the 7-11 Big Gulp (128 ounces) and the McDonald's Supersize (40 ounces) among others.
Do you want government control over what you choose to purchase to drink? How much soda at one swipe is OK? Soda makers offer, in addition to the standard 12-ounce can, 16-, 20- and now 24-ounce servings in stores. And in many fast food and fast casual restaurants, diners have access to the fountain for as long as they are in the establishment.
I say keep the government out of what I drink. I can drink as much as I want at home, why not at a restaurant. What do you think?