Big Burger Battle

March 2007
Weekly Reader News - Senior;3/2/2007, Vol. 85 Issue 20, p2
The article deals with an argument among three U.S. states over the history of hamburger. Lawmaker Betty Brown of Texas proposed a bill declaring Athens, Texas the home of the hamburger. Wisconsin Representative Tom Wilson argues that Seymour is the place where the famous sandwich was invented. The restaurant Louis' Lunch in New Haven, Connecticut, is maintaining its claim as the burger birthplace.


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