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On November 8th, San Francisco Voted to Pass the Soda Tax

On November 8th, San Francisco voters said Yes on Prop V to stop letting big soda put profits above our children's health. Proposition V will tax distributors of soda and other sugary drinks that have direct links to obesity and chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart and liver disease.

Since passing a similar measure in Berkeley, self-reported consumption of sugary drinks has fallen by 21%, while raising $1.2 Million for school nutrition and public health programs.

Simply put, this tax works—and now San Francisco can be a part of the progress.

FOR OUR CHILDREN'S HEALTH

EDUCATE

With current consumption of sugary drinks, 1 in 3 children will develop diabetes in their lifetime. For African American and Latino children, that number jumps to 1 out of every 2 children.

Requiring distributors of sodas and other sugary drinks to pay a penny per ounce fee on high calorie beverages will raise money for community programs that promote health and nutrition across our city.

COMMUNITY

Proposition V will reduce the consumption of high-sugar drinks, while exempting non-sugary drinks like diet sodas, milks, and naturally sweetened beverages.

REDUCE

PAID FOR BY MICHAEL R. BLOOMBERG

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ENDORSEMENTS

The measure has been endorsed by 150 organizations, businesses, and elected officials so far.