By Malia Hill, Grassroot Institute of Hawaii
In this week’s Grassroot Perspective podcast, Malia Hill discusses the proposed “Steven Tyler Act” and how it operates as a restraint on free speech. In addition, she highlights some listener responses to last week’s podcast on the soda/sweetened drink tax.
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