Politico:  “Democrats want you to know that your McDonald’s Angus Burger meal has about 1,500 calories — before you buy and burp.   Buried deep in the House health care bill is a provision, likely to raise nanny-state hackles, requiring fast-food chains and vending machine owners to notify customers of calorie counts — by conspicuously posting nutritional information on menus or machines.   The provision — Section 2572 — requires retail food establishments ‘part of a chain with 20 or more locations’ to list calorie counts ‘on the menu board including a drive-through board,’ as is currently required in New York City and other localities.   A ‘vending machine operator shall provide a sign in close proximity to each article of food or the selection button’ that includes similar data.”