Fresh off passing a ban on Styrofoam, a San Jose city councilman is already talking about another ban.
Councilman Ash Kalra is poised to introduce a proposal on Wednesday to ban sugary drinks and whole milk at city properties and events.
It's a move, he says, to promote healthier diets, though critics say government shouldn’t be dictating what people think.
Kalra first needs to get the proposal approved by the council's agenda- setting committee.
On Tuesday, the city council voted to ban Styrofoam takeout containers at restaurants.
The goal of that ban is to help protect the environment and keep styrofoam, a product that takes a long time to degrade, out of local landfills and waterways.
Groups like the San Jose Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce oppose the ban, arguing it's too much of a financial stress on small businesses.