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State Supreme Court Justice Milton Tingling in Manhattan ruled the new regulation was "arbitrary and capricious" and declared it invalid...

Wow, I can't believe that the judicial system can be such an effective proponent of common sense, throwing out the law on exactly the right grounds.

Of course, it is not really common sense to order a 32 oz. serving of a carbonated beverage, either. But the test of tolerance is whether you defend other people's rights to make their own decisions, even when their idea of what makes sense is different from yours.

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