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Industry hails halt of nyc sugary drinks rule The beverage industry and many other big apple businesses were celebrating monday after a new york state judge halted a ban on large sugary drinks a day before it was scheduled to go into effect. The regulation, initiated by new york city mayor michael bloomberg and approved by the city board of Tiffany Shop health in the fall, sought to prohibit sales of sodas and other sweet beverages bigger than 16 ounces in restaurants, sports arenas, movie theaters and other establishments. But in manhattan on monday, state supreme court judge milton tingling ruled in favor of grocery groups, entertainment venues and restaurant organizations who had sued to stop the measure from being implemented. The american beverage assn.Said in a statement that tingling ruling a sigh of relief to new yorkers and thousands of small businesses in new york city that would have been harmed by this arbitrary and unpopular ban.Soon began weighing in.Gary bennett, an associate professor of psychology, global health and medicine at duke university, said in a statement that unlikely the beverage ban would have been effective.Rules, particularly for things like coffee drinks, were overly complicated for consumers and retailers, he said.Host of other policy strategies--Particularly a sugar-Sweetened beverage tax--Have greater potential to reduce the overconsumption of sugar-Sweetened beverages.The center for consumer freedom, senior research analyst j.Justin wilson called the news major blow to mayor michael bloomberg incessant finger-Wagging.Court confirmed what most new yorkers already know:They don need a government regulator to dictate their diet choices, wilson said in a statement.Yorkers should celebrate this victory by taking a big gulp of freedom.Are confident the measure will ultimately be upheld, the tweets read.