Out of sight, out of mind? That’s what New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is hoping with his proposed new legislation that would make stores keep tobacco products out of public sight. That means the rows of cigarettes that wallpaper many bodegas would have to be relocated, likely angering shop owners who rely on tobacco products for much of their sales. Monday’s proposal comes after a judge struck down Bloomberg’s ban on the sale of large sugary drinks. On to the next battle.