Editorial: Vote no on misleading I-1634, the effort to ban soda taxes - Oral Health Watch

Backers of Initiative 1634 say the ballot measure is desperately needed to stop taxes on essential grocery items. In reality, I-1634 aims to prevent local governments from enacting new taxes on soda and sugary drinks, which experts say increase the risk of type 2 diabetes, heart disease and obesity.

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