Soda tax spurs lobbying explosion

The American Beverage Association spent $7.33 million on lobbying last quarter, according to a new filing, more than the group had spent in 2001 through 2008 combined. Representing soda makers, the lobby ramped up its spending in reaction to proposals for a “fat tax” or “soda tax” to finance health-care reform.

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