Chicago alderman wants energy drink sales ban
CHICAGO (AP) — A Chicago alderman wants to ban the distribution and sale of energy drinks in the city.
Alderman Edward M. Burke cites the popularity of Red Bull, Monster, Full Throttle and 5 Hour Energy among teenagers and young adults and the perceived dangers those drinks pose in his proposed ordinance.
The Chicago Sun-Times reports (http://bit.ly/SRR3IW) the proposed ordinance calls for a $100 to $500 fine for each offense.
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