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Seattle Healthy Kids Coalition co-chair Estela Ortega speaks during a press conference at El Centro de la Raza on Friday on the investments from Seattle's tax on sugary drinks. She's backed, from left, by councilmembers Rob Johnson, Lorena Gonzalez, and Teresa Mosqueda. Photo by Joe Veyera
Seattle Healthy Kids Coalition co-chair Estela Ortega speaks during a press conference at El Centro de la Raza on Friday on the investments from Seattle's tax on sugary drinks. She's backed, from left, by councilmembers Rob Johnson, Lorena Gonzalez, and Teresa Mosqueda. Photo by Joe Veyera
Friday, January 05, 2018 4:14 PM
Food access, public health, early learning, and education programs stand to gain from Seattle’s new sweetened beverage tax that went into effect on New Year’s Day.
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