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I think you misunderstand my question. My question is: how do the restaurants deal with the law? Did they stop selling larger than 32 oz. cups even though they are legal with non-sugar drinks? Did they keep selling them, but print "not for sugar drinks" on them? Do they ask what drink you intend to fill the cup with when you order?

Yes, I misunderstood.

I have no idea how restaurants handle this in practice. I don't live in NYC and when I visit, don't go to fast food joints.
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