In this week's cover story, you read that New York City recently banned the sale of supersized soft drinks in restaurants, movie theaters, and sports arenas. City health officials say that extra large drinks are a big reason more than half of New Yorkers are overweight. They argue that the ban will raise awareness about making healthier food decisions. Opponents of the ban say it's wrong to single out sugary soft drinks when many foods also contribute to weight gain. They believe people should be able to make their own choices and that simply telling people what they can't have won't make them any healthier. What do YOU think?