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Forced to Be Fit (Fast Food: South L.A.) Part II #877245

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 07, 2007
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(Studio: Katie Couric) The number of fast food restaurants in the US noted.

(South L.A.: Bill Whitaker) The proposal by the Los Angeles city council to set a moratorium on fast food restaurants in south L.A. featured; scenes shown from south central Los Angeles, which has a high obesity rate, lots of fast food places and few grocery stores. [Los Angeles department of public health Dr. Maxine LIGGINS†- says fast food makes healthy living difficult.] [Resident Vera RODRIGUEZ†- shows the many fast food stores in the neighborhood.] [Local leader Jan PERRY†- says people want some food diversity.] [Ayn Rand Inst. Onkar GHATE†- opposes parenting by the government.] [Watts Farmers Market Nancy ROBLES†- comments.]

Couric, Katie;
Whitaker, Bill

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