Roland Sturm

RAND Corporation

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Senior economist at RAND Corporation and a professor at the Pardee RAND Graduate School

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A  new report  says that LA’s ban on new fast food restaurants in the city’s poorest neighborhoods hasn’t reduced obesity.

Fast Food Ban Hasn’t Reduced Obesity

A new report says that LA’s ban on new fast food restaurants in the city’s poorest neighborhoods hasn’t reduced obesity.

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