Big Gulps Freed In Big Apple
Going all the way back in his study to the original Dongan Charter of New York, granted by King James II Stuart in 1686, today the Honorable Milton A. Tingling of the New York State Supreme Court, in and for the County of New York, Part 44, has stricken down and enjoined enforcement of New York City’s ban on the sale of large-sized soft drinks as “arbitrary and capricious” and violative of the principle of separation of powers.
As of today, you can once again get a Bladder Buster Special at the movies. An object lesson in the practical impact of Constitutional law in the real world. Thoughts?