Filed Under: Soft Drinks

Donations Are Deductible; Taxes Are Not

For years politicians have tried to levy extra taxes on our favorite foods in the name of public health (and bureaucratic spending). It looks as if 2008 will bring more of the same:

San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom recently announced plans to charge an extra fee on soft drinks sales.

Lawmakers in Georgia’s Russell County may impose an extra five-cent tax on sodas.

Maryland legislators are trying (again) to tax snack foods.

Kansas health officials are lobbying for special “lifestyle” taxes on soda and snack items.

The Center for Consumer Freedom works diligently to combat policies like these and other campaigns by overzealous nutrition and animal rights activists. And we need your financial help to continue to share our message. With New Year’s Eve around the corner, you only have a few more days to make a tax-deductible donation to the group fighting to protect your freedoms. Remember, every donation can make a difference. (Click here to learn more.)

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