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Cook County soda tax cleared to go into effect Aug. 2

This article was originally published in Food Chemical News

Despite a vigorous opposition from businesses and retailers, a controversial penny-per-ounce soda tax will go into effect in Cook County, Ill. on Wednesday (Aug. 2), making the area one of the nation’s largest communities to adopt a levy on sugar- and artificially-sweetened drinks.

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