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does the government have the right to enforce, legislate, or regulate behaviors such as obesity, health, and nutritious eating?
Absolutely i think the government should control our diets to some extent because sometimes our own dietary choices can be of a negative nature.I know i may be a middle school student, [ but our opinion matters too!!!! There are some obeses students here and if the government controlled their diet to some extent they would eat healthier and maybe even lose a good bit of weight. ]
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