A Dec. 19 letter, “Tax on bad foods,” called for a tax on harmful foods. I think that’s wrong.
You can tax tobacco and alcohol, but you can’t go after foods and drinks just because of their added sugar content.
You can’t tax a Big Mac and soda and not a salad and a juice.
The government has no business or say in what we pick and choose to eat.
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Chris Dennis, Marathon