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Freedom foie gras

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In 2004, then-Governor Arnold Schwarzenneger singed a bill that would ban foie gras (a luxury liver dish) being sold in the state... starting in 2012. 

Chefs and restaurant owners are protesting it, saying it is a prohibition, which has never worked. 

The most outspoken restaurant in San Diego is Cowboy Star, which is located downtown. They say this bill is a gateway law that will allow the state to determine what we can and can not eat. 

Cowboy Star's owner, John Weber, joined us to talk about why they feel this has less to do with foie gras, and more to do with freedom. 

Follow the story and listen here. 

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