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The New York City Hospitality Alliance is hoping the city will change its plan for new enforcement rules.
In six months drinks larger than 16 ounces will be outlawed in New York City.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg defended his controversial large soda ban plan one day before a public hearing.
Assembly Speaker Shelly Silver said that, while he has concerns about the plan, he won't block it.
Mayor Bloomberg endorsed National Donut Day, a day after proposing to ban large sugary drinks.
Many New Yorkers were outraged that the city's possible drinks ban would likely apply to Frappuccinos.
The ban would apply to restaurants, movie theaters and even food carts, limiting drinks to 16 ounces.
Gillibrand was reportedly "still looking" at a plan to remove sugary drinks from the list of acceptable food stamp purchases.
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