The 'Cheeseburger Bill'
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The 'Cheeseburger Bill is a term used to describe a bill that was passed by the U.S. House of Representatives to U.S. block class action lawsuits against fast food companies such as McDonald's for causing obesity. 
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- Melanie Warner, "Food and Restaurant Companies form Coalition To fight for State "Commonsense Consumption" Laws To Thwart Obesity law Suits", New York Times, July 7, 2005.
- Libby Quaid, "One 'Cheeseburger Bill' on the House, Hold the Class Action", Associated Press, October 20, 2005.
- "'Cheeseburger bill' puts bite on lawsuits: House passes legislation to curb fast-food obesity claims", October 20, 2005.
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