more heavily regulated probably has to do more with political than legal considerations, she said.
Pomeranz also addressed a question about the incentives for restaurants to offer smaller portion sizes, not just different types or categories of food. She replied that such incentives would constitute regulation of conduct similar to the other examples she had mentioned.
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