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Santa Fe tax on sugary drinks could fund pre-K

Citizens will vote on whether to impose a tax on distributors of sweetened beverages to fund a new pre-K initiative.

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Citizens of Santa Fe, New Mexico, will vote on whether the government should impose a tax on distributors of sweetened beverages to fund a new pre-K initiative for the city's schoolchildren. The projected $7.7 million infusion into the education pipeline could help the city solve its problems of low student achievement. (The Huffington Post)

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