Should the law limit the number of fast food restaurants in our cities and towns?

Should the law limit the number of fast food restaurants in our cities and towns?

I think it would be a wonderful idea morally and statistically. Especially when it comes to obesity and health.

I think it should be limited by population density though.

What do you think @Discussions ?

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Hmmm… interesting question. That is a possibility ro think over.

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Well I mean, no. Lol. Like poor people or certain populations that don’t have access to groceries stores might rely on fast food chains. Or those that can’t cook/don’t have time to cook or enough money to buy healthy meals.

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Yes, we need a space for local businesses to have a chance.

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Maybe, especially clemmon nc, there like restaurants everywhere.

No, let people decide where they want to spend their money and what they want to eat. If people eat only the bad stuff at fast food restaurants, that’s their decisions.

@Foodies What do you think?

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Yes, support local businesses!

I’m find with fast food as long as they aren’t chains. Honestly, some of the best unhealthy food I’ve had was at small family diners.

McDonalds doesn’t exactly solve the problem of food deserts. What we should be doing is disturbing affordable food to more people.

Honestly now I’m on either sides. All sides, really. Limit it or not, seems like there really isn’t a right or wrong answer there.