City of Nannies

Gottfried, Miriam
October 2006
Forbes Asia;10/30/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 18, p133
The article presents information on several council efforts being done in Chicago, Illinois in 2006 that run people's lives. In April, the city banned foie gras, the delicacy made from fattened livers of force-fed ducks and geese. Information on the move made by the city to ban smoking is also presented.


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