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  1. The Law
    Subway Vendors Are Fighting for Their Right to Sell ChurrosPolice will confiscate doughnuts and eat them right in front of vendors.
  2. Bans
    L.A.’s Radical Fast-Food Ban Didn’t Lower Obesity Rates at AllPeople actually got fatter.
  3. News You Can Booze
    Killjoy Government Really Wants Winemakers to Stop Aging Bottles UnderwaterApparently, they’re considered “adulterated.”
  4. Tipping
    How a Raised Minimum Wage Affects RestaurantsThe Pok Pok chef says new state regulations have the power to change the entire restaurant landscape.
  5. Pizza Time
    What You Need to Know About Washington’s Powerful, Vastly InfluentialPizza companies love Republicans!
  6. Tipping
    New York Raises Minimum Wage for Tipped Workers to $7.50Will this push restaurant owners to abolish tipping altogether?
  7. Health
    Internet Loves New Guidelines That Suggest Drinking Tons and Tons of CoffeeGo ahead and drink three to five cups per day!
  8. When Nature Calls
    DOH Forces 80-Square-Foot Crêpe Shop to Install a ToiletThe bathroom will be “airplane-like.”
  9. Shticks
    City Council Candidate Using Fortune Cookies to Get Ahead“Ken Biberaj is in your future” — in bed?
  10. Government
    This Farmer Owes the Government 1.2 Million Pounds of Raisins“The rape of the raisin growers.”
  11. No More Jell-O
    Hospital Food Tastes Better, Thanks to ObamacareIs this the end of Jell-O?
  12. Food Safety
    New York Politicians Put a Stop to Olive Oil ‘Tax’Not a good move.
  13. Food Politics
    6 Things to Know About the World Food Prize’s PoliticsMonsanto and the Gates Foundation are big donors.
  14. The Chain Gang
    7-Eleven Store Owners Arrested for Human TraffickingFeds are investigating.
  15. Heaven
    The Smell of Cinnamon Will Waft Out of Harlem’s Gas PipelineThanks, Office of Emergency Management!
  16. Food Politics
    Breaking Down the Starbucks Tip-Jar CaseThe New York Court of Appeals is about to decide who’s entitled to all that cash.
  17. Pedigree
    Steak Labels Will Now Show Where Animals Were Born, Raised, and SlaughteredA new federal rule went into effect yesterday.
  18. Truckin’
    The City Might Set Up Zones for Food TrucksThe NYC Food Truck Association supports the plan.
  19. Fur-Uh-Oh
    White House Chef Prepares for Furlough Owing to Budget CutsHe cooks for Obama several nights a week.
  20. Government
    Congressman Spends $2,500 on Qdoba in One DayKevin McCarthy expensed $10,000-worth of food and drink in three months.
  21. Weiner Rights
    Disabled Vets Win Back Right to Sell Hot DogsFreedom!
  22. City Politics
    Christine Quinn Gives Special Treatment to Pigs-in-a-BlanketEating is part of the job.
  23. New Rules
    How, Exactly, the Sugary-Drink Ban Will Affect You [Update: It Won’t Affect YouCan you drink venti Frappuccinos the same way? What about marshmallow vodka? Gatorade? We’ve got all possible scenarios covered.
  24. Food Politics
    Who’s in Favor of Bloomberg’s Sugary Drink Ban?Not black voters. Not women. Not Brooklynites.
  25. Silly Laws
    In Utah, Restaurants Still Can’t Pour Alcohol in Front of CustomersThe “Zion curtains” rule might get repealed.
  26. Safety First
    City Cracking Down on Food Delivery BicyclistsDon’t freak out if they’re slower than usual.
  27. Government
    Bloomberg Considering Ban on Styrofoam CupsWatch out, deli owners and frat boys.
  28. Truckin’
    Bloomberg Unleashes Team of Lawyers to Hunt Down Street Vendors’Law & Order: Special Kebab Unit.’
  29. Crises
    What Now, Brown Cow? Milk and Steak Prices on the RiseWatch out for widespread drought and the ominous “milk cliff.”
  30. Food Politics
    Bloomberg Limits Food Stamps for Sandy VictimsLast month, 82 zip codes were eligible for post-Sandy aid. Now it’s down to ten.