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Wednesday, August 28 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Two Years Later:  Boulder's Sugary Tax Investments, Evaluation and the National Sugary Drink Tax Movement

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In Nov. 2016, the City of Boulder passed the second voter approved sugary drink tax in the country. Since its implementation, the City of Boulder has collected over $7.8 million in revenue to invest in local health equity initiatives. Learn about how the tax works, the process for distributing funds, how taxes are playing out across the country and where the investments are being made.

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Tessa Hale

Boulder County Public Health
Tessa is the Healthy Beverage & Food Advisor at Boulder County Public Health where she supports community members in tackling the systems leading to dietary-related chronic disease through innovate policy campaigns.  Her past experience includes community organizing and leading economic... Read More →
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Rachel Arndt

Boulder County Public Health
Rachel Arndt is a champion of equity, food justice and healthy community design. In her role as the Healthy Eating, Active Living and Built Environment Coordinator for Boulder County Public Health she works to create a more just future for her community through policy, systems and... Read More →


Wednesday August 28, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Longs Peak

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