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Higher alcohol taxes linked to fewer deaths

October 4, 2010

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When they go to the polls next month, Massachusetts voters will be asked whether they want to exempt alcohol from the state’s sales tax. Until last year, beer, wine, and liquor sold in package stores were not subject to the sales tax although customers paid a separate excise tax. (Full article: 1149 words)

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