Should Sugar Be Regulated?

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Should Sugar Be Regulated?

In a recent editorial in the journal Nature, researchers from the University of California–San Francisco suggested that as a toxic substance, sugar should be taxed and regulated like alcohol or tobacco. What do you think?

  • "The only thing I love more than drinking, smoking, and eating bad are taxes and regulations, so hell yeah!”

    Susan Matz
    Systems Analyst
  • "I'm sick of all this nanny-state liberalism. Now if you'll excuse me, I have to go yell slurs at women outside Planned Parenthood."

    John Kensel
    Unemployed
  • "That’s all right. I switched to blackstrap molasses in my coffee long ago. Which got me off coffee, too."

    Robert Preston
    Animal Breeder
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