Would you pay a tax on soda to finance health care?

    As legislators on Capitol Hill grapple with ways to pay for comprehensive health care legislation, one idea that has been floated is a tax on sugary drinks like soda. Would you be willing to pay extra for soda to fund a better health care system? We talk to PHIL KERPEN of Americans for Prosperity and CHUCK MARR of the Center on Budget Policy and Priorities. Listen to the mp3

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