The Richmond Soda War 

Coke and Pepsi are pouring millions of dollars into the campaign against a proposed tax on sugary drinks in Richmond.

This year, Richmond may become the first city in the United States to combat its obesity epidemic by imposing a tax on sugary beverages. And the soda industry has been spending millions of dollars to crush the initiative for fear that it…

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