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|Thursday, July 22, 2010|
Although there currently is no proposed bill in Congress or the Oregon Legislature, a soda "sin tax" could be in Oregon's future.
A representative for Sen. Jeff Merkley said a soda tax was discussed as a possible way to underwrite the universal healthcare bill early on in the healthcare debates.
Read more at the Central Oregonian.
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