It's big pizza verses big government.
You've probably seen calorie counts on restaurant menus.
The problem, the pizza industry says there are 34 million ways or order a pizza!
If a certain part of the health care law goes through, each of those variations will need to be displayed on a menu board.
Folks at a Domino's in Montgomery County say that's too much.
But some health experts believe listing calories help people make better choices when they eat out.
Margo Wootan of the Center for Science In The Public Interest explained it this way, "Now we're getting a-third of our calories from eating at restaurants and other kinds of retail food establishments. So it's a big part of our diet and it's a problematic part of our diet."
Papa John's is joining Dominos to fight this regulation.
The restaurants also argue a lot of customers order online, so it makes more sense to post calories there.
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