City councilman and congressional candidate Dan Halloran stopped by the "Million Big Gulp March" on Monday.
The event was designed as a protest against
"Only you, not the government, should make decisions about you and your family's diets. And soda is not inherently bad for you," Halloran said. "Many responsible, healthy New Yorkers choose to consume soda in moderate amounts on certain occasions, such as at a movie or baseball game."
Above, Halloran poses with some Big Gulp enthusiasts.
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