Chicago recently voted to repeal its soda tax less than three months after it went into effect, and other cities are now fighting against their own sugar taxes. Supports of the soda tax argue it reduces the consumption of sugary drinks which lead to a number of health problems including obesity, heart disease, and diabetes. But opponents of the tax argue it disproportionately hurts the poor and infringes on personal freedom. What do you think?
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