One more example of fiscal conservatism

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    You are talking pennies to the consumer, yet for those start up brewers it can be of great benefit.
     
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    Then why the hubbub over a soda tax?
     
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    Economic policies have cost-benefits and cost-deficits; they also ought to be vetted before voted upon, to reduce the latter and consider before passage the consequences - intended and unintended. A process which requires sagacious thinking totally absent when the Congress votes on party line.
     
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    Sort of like the ACA did? Lol
     
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    The soda tax is a higher tax. The distillery tax is lowered-

    Small brewers will see their tax rate cut in half, from $7 to $3.50 per barrel for the first 60,000 barrels. Tax rates for liquor plunge even more, from $13.50 to $2.70 per gallon for the first 100,000 gallons produced or imported.


     

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