Look out, meat lovers. Your filet mignon is under threat, at least on Mondays in the city of Los Angeles, where officials have passed a resolution declaring future Mondays to be "Meatless Mondays." The health-minded idea, part of an international campaign associated with Johns Hopkins University, is meant to encourage residents to reduce their meat consumption by eating vegetarian one day a week. The city council initiative passed unanimously in the health-fixated metropolis, where members citied the environmental impacts of a high-meat diet, as well as risks like heart disease and colon cancer. Does this mean no post-work sliders at happy hour? Talk about a case of the Mondays. [Source]
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