(CNN) -- "I would like to see (businesses that serve large sugary drinks) to do exactly what the Board of Health asked them to do," New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Monday after a New York court struck down the city's proposed limit on such beverages at certain venues. "It's voluntary, until we win." The ban was passed in September by the New York City Board of Health, following weeks of intense debate.
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