Politics & Government

August 17, 2014 12:00 AM

Big business wins Capitol food fights

On the Tuesday in June when the Assembly health committee killed a bill to require warning labels on sodas, 13 lawmakers and more than three dozen legislative staff members attended a reception inside California’s Capitol sponsored by PepsiCo.

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