People resolving to lose weight in 2014 may get some help from the vending machine. A provision of the Affordable Care Act requires vending machines to display calorie counts on snacks and sodas. The administration believes it will help curb obesity and drive down health care costs. But, critics say it's just an example of the government overstepping its bounds. What do you think? Will it help you make healthier choices? Or is this just too much?
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