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Senator Nancy Green Raine wants to ban junk food ads directed at kids

Senator Raine introduced a bill in Ottawa this week to ban junk food advertising for children under 13

Senator Raine introduced a bill in Ottawa this week to ban junk food advertising for children under 13

Senator joins fight against childhood obesity (CBC)

They're bad for our health, so we should not be advertising them.

Senator Nancy Greene Raine wants to stop what she calls the 'manipulative' marketing of food and beverage.

It's to help cut down childhood obesity.

She introduced the bill in the Senate this week.

It targets junk food advertising aimed at kids under the age of 13.

To listen to the full interview with Senator Raine, click on the link: Senator Nancy Green Raine wants to ban junk food ads directed at kids.

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