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May 22, 2014 4:38 PM

Our View: Last chance to save soft-drink labeling bill

Some teenagers, if they know a soft drink is loaded with sugar and caffeine, will relish it all the more. For that kid, labels about sugar content would be an enticement – not a warning. But that’s not really the target of Senate Bill 1000, which is in danger of dying today in the Appropriations Committee.

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