Grassroot Perspective Podcast: Obesity, the Soda Tax, and the Nanny-State
By Malia Hill, Grassroot Institute of Hawaii
In this week's Grassroot Perspective podcast, Malia Hill discusses the latest effort to raise taxes on sugary drinks (e.g. soda, juice, and energy drinks) and the rationale that its necessary to combat obesity. Finally, she responds to listener concerns in response to last week's podcast on gun control.
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