Should fast food restaurants be shielded from obesity-related lawsuits?
Asked at Massachusetts Street on July 14, 2005
“Well, sometimes they don’t tell you what they are putting in the food. If they tell the truth about the ingredients, then yes.”
“Yeah, I do. Individuals make the choice by walking in the door. No one forces them.”
“Yeah, I agree with that. It’s not the fast-food restaurants’ fault, it’s the person’s who is eating it.”
“I don’t think they should be, because they should provide food that is healthy enough not to be detrimental.”