California Lawmakers Drop Soda Labeling Bill, Senate Bill 1000

June 18, 2014

California lawmakers failed to support Senate Bill 1000, legislation that would require warning labels on sugary beverages in the state, according to the Modesto Bee. The bill needed ten votes to pass and fell three votes short. Industry members previously spoke with California assemblymen and women against the bill at California Advocacy Days earlier in May. Full article.

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