The Economic Standard: Regressive Soda & Sugar Taxes Should Fizzle Out

There is currently a global campaign to reduce the consumption of soda and ensure that consumers have healthier alternatives. Philadelphia, for instance, is contributing to the campaign through a soda tax while across the pond, the U.K. has implemented a sugar tax. However, despite lawmakers’ best efforts to improve public health, these disastrous policies have […]

The Sun: What Can the U.S. Learn from Other Countries Regarding Soda Taxes?

New research from the American Consumer Institute shows that soda taxes are anything but sweet. Growing in popularity among politicians to curb consumption, it turns out soda taxes do little to promote public health. Far worse, soda taxes are regressive, disproportionately hurting poor people the most. As cities like Washington D.C. look to enact their […]