Nutrition researchers say people who consume excessive levels of sugary drinks are at increased risk of diabetes, heart disease and other obesity-related chronic conditions. Backers of taxes on sugary drinks, which passed in all four cities where the taxes were on the ballot last week, say those levies will discourage heavy consumption. Download the PDF.
Data Points: Taxing sugary drinks
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