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Why Chicago’s soda tax fizzled after two months — and what it means for the anti-soda movement – Washington Post

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Why Chicago's soda tax fizzled after two months — and what it means for the anti-soda movement
Washington Post
About two months after the country's largest soda tax went into effect, embattled lawmakers in Cook County, Ill. — the home of Chicago — have decided to repeal it. The tax has been plagued, in its very short life, by legal challenges, implementation
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