Yes, this is for the common good.
Warning labels and a public awareness campaign should be enough
Government managed healthcare gives them a vested interest in this
Processed food is so darned salty, I won't protest
As long as it's legal for folks to add more salt, I'm okay with it
The government is trying to micromanage our lives! No, this is ridiculous!
Other, please explain
Oracle of Utah
Truth rings hollow in empty heads.
If you want to talk about an NHS, you should spend more time arguing against something like Roe v. Wade, a decision that involved the federal governemnt usurping the State's control over intrastate regulations of medical procedures.
That's one of the things that opened the door to a Nationalized healthcare system.
Tucker Case - Tard magnet.
I'ts not the government's job to regulate salt content in food.
Just in case you didn't know this, when the Constitution was ratified, foods where heavily salted for preservation. The Founders were well aware of this and made no effort to mention salt in the Constitution.
People who don't like crappy unhealthy processed foods don't have to eat them.
Can't get simpler than that.
Why do weinies think the big machine gun of the federal government is the answer to all their little irrelevant complaints in life?