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you thought life cycle, just take a break in that you put in on your plate and you saw so the time break in there. right? you know, waiting for the spring, i want to play a role in helping to raise the awareness of the american people about the impact of these drugs called sugar on the mental and physical well being of our community. don't say i'm addicted. pastor william, more of and dillman coats at now in in baptist church and clinton, maryland are suing coca cola and the american beverage association. right. and the war had moved to the court room gentlemen. codes dared to sick the law on the coca cola corporation. the
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me we know that the consumption of sugar in these products exceed the american heart association. what are you asking for from coca cola? well, what do you want this company? we want coca cola to in their deceptive marketing practices. they have spent $120000000.00 in 5 years between 201-2015 falsely advertising the product. the multinational retaliated by accusing the pastors the freedom of speech violation. and after suing for legal expenses, a threat with several $1000000.00, coca cola now demand that the case be dropped, the coca cola statement. the allegations here are likewise legally and factually merit unless and we will vigorously defend against them. the allegations are like coca cola misled consumers
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about the science of sugar sweeten beverages because several of their executives went out in the press and made statements like there is no link between sugar sweeten beverages and diabetes. we know that is not the case with whenever the fostering industry is in the dark, it adopts the same line of defense. and i just wanna extend your basic always here isn't the limit, very him when the 530 complete. so let me get it said i would have to see on it and i'll come over the last rhetoric is so smooth that it seems like a broken record. repetitive be ok. and i just want some research shows, you know, have shown a link between the conception of sugar and beverages and obesity. what you inside
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would that come with a confound, meant the lowest level complete the factorial. you don't answer questions. we meant different researchers and menu them, compare the fight against consumption and she'll go that route to the side of tobacco. when you answer to them. no, no, no, it's completely mother him. when i grow for 20 years, the fostering industry has denied any link between its products and disease to maintain the illusion it employs all sorts of methods. since 2015 coca leaks has revealed that the lobby puts pressure on journalist keeps discredit on studies that dislikes finances, favorable research, and hobnob with political leaders to ensure those results contact was established within the senate. we will actively campaign to register that off during tax is discriminatory, regressive,
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and will not address the challenge of obesity. we have commissioned the economic institute to complete a study which will prove inefficiency of such tax. it will be ready in 15 days, which will give us another tool to communicate both to the media and to avoid it. gains ground within the party transactions. so i won't get any jonathan. you from cook cook off it the policy curriculum engine. you do not see the button. i wish jones bought many, jo increases on but i think this expert on jacked my sugar. it drinks fast foods causing all these health problems. i mean look at that which he. ready has to look to times revealed that between 20082015. steve blair had received over 3 and a half $1000000.00 in research funding from coca cola appointed to serve as scientific expert by the city and county of san francisco. dane
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shillinger must untangle the truth from falsehood. when we did the analysis of these studies, we found that every study that found that there was no association between a sugary beverage consumption and obese in diabetes was funded in some way by the industry. whereas among all the studies that found that there was an association between the consumption soda and sugary beverages and obese diabetes, except for one or independently funded. so we now know and there's other evidence that industry has been influencing very deeply. the medical and scientific establishment to create controversy over the question of whether their products cause disease, me the junk food industry is cornered all over the globe. actors are demanding tighter legislation to protect consumers.
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the battle has now become political. the in the 30 years since warning labels and other forms of regulation were placed on tobacco over 1000000000 lives have been saved. thank say that's a pretty good day at the office. for people who make policy maliyah cohen and one of her fellow supervisors have made san francisco the 1st us city to declare war on sugary sodas. when people realize how much sugar they are consuming in one can of soda, they stop and they think. so we had testimony right here in this chamber of doctors of nurses, a researchers that talk to us about the effects of sugar in our body. and it was through these ongoing dialogues for years that we came up with an idea to begin to
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tax sugary beverage. it with me imposing a tax is virtually revolutionary in the united states. the industry rage, it fads pitch the line that the government was interesting with grocery shoppers feeding a family. it's difficult enough in today's economy. now, some politicians want the government telling me how i should do it. they want to put new taxes. i'm a lot of groceries. i bought the beverage. the sugar beverage industry came out. they hired lawyers, they hired lobbyists, they found people within the community to come out and say, please don't tell us what to eat or what to drink. this is not a nanny state, we want to make decisions on our own. they spent millions of dollars as a matter of fact, the outspent, it's almost $6.00 to $1.00. give me a break. i can decide what to buy without government help. the government is just getting to involved in our personal lives. tell the candidates and government needs to remember, but help advocate for able to mobilize citizen protests against the recalcitrant
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industry. we're going to win this about doctors and politicians lining up outside of san francisco, city hall framing the sugar sweetened beverage debate as the people versus big soda we no longer can sit back and let the big go to industry target and her, our community ah, the taxes finally voted in the victory was bitter. when san francisco moved require help warnings on soda containers like the ones on cigarettes. the soft drink lobby food once again and one on appeal in the warning labels were shelved. i say method had been used in new york city when mayor michael bloomberg suggested a law limiting the size of jumbo soda, sold and restaurant the bloomberg was marked as
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a scolding nanny and the court ruled and the industry's favor. ah, in this face off between corporate freedom and consumer protection, freedom once again seemed to be the private property of the most powerful. i represent the part of san francisco that was immigrate people. people who speak english as a 2nd language. people who live in subsidized housing, public housing, tenements and the one thing that we all had in common was that we weren't dying from preventable diseases dying. and you know, that was just really hard to accept and seem like people didn't care. the industry didn't care. they continue to
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target their money and resources to get people addicted so that they become wealthier. so what brings me to this entire conversation is that i don't want to wear people to die. and if it means changing policy changes, educating people for that, they're aware of the choices that they have and bringing more choice to people, then that's what i'm about. that's what i'm fighting for. and we can at least sit by and let them kill us. so that's why i'm involved in
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the oh, we've sweetened the world died because the market no longer were growing in europe in the u. s. so coke and pepsi and all the clones, all the local companies that do the same thing, exploded and marketing and in low and middle income countries. mexico was the 1st country to be colonized by these agribusiness conquerors the
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ah, me algorithm. so neural networks have been following us everywhere. we look online because our relationships are what matters most of us. and that's how we find meaning and how we make sense of our place in silicon valley see don't mention in their sleep presentations. however, like ghost workers who train the software human, they're involved in every step of the process when you're using anything online. but we're sold as is miracle of automation, and your screen is vulnerable workforce. the scenes algorithm is for next to nothing on
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a very good day to do $5.00. now. a really bad day. i could do 10 years worth isn't movable by design. it's about labor costs, but it's also about creating layers of watson responsibility between those who solicit the kind of work and need it. and those who do it much of history is about patterns that are ebbs and flows of political passions. most of the time these passions are negotiated through compromise. other times there is people violence and even separation. the idea of succession today is not far fetch. we are witnessing of cultural possession and separation couldn't go even further. today, 73 percent of the population is obese or overweight. 10 percent have diabetes,
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which has become the primary cause of death. death in the middle is to miss you. plus i would just put him into rapid sugar imperialist attack. one of mexico's greatest treasures. it's cuisine valued by unesco as part of our world. heritage casino, their fruit us scheduled 3 percent because they for the whole, during the winter policy and policy anuz goes to move a v. s has cut us because you're putting the policy and i mean he could me, johnny made you, they put them into the vs as they call me that you see to us young case getting me none of the but i love handles that i each mexican drinks a whopping $144.00 quarts of soda per year on the average. a world record
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is really junk food, imperialism. where, you know, it's a big western countries going, spreading their junk throughout the world. and obviously they've been welcomed with open arms. it's cheap and stacy convenient. what's not the like at the corner grocery store an apple cost more than a bottle of coke. mm hm. okay. and let's see. and latin doors today ask, what am i supposed to speak to the middle of the mental status? your analysis that makes you got to meet us when my what is your inbox? young? 3030. i don't know spam. i think i came down with the analyst. better so now when i
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get the football with that i have another call. oh, nice su on element side. yeah. the me in a country that elected a former coca cola executive to the presidency challenging the food industry might appear to be impossible, but not for a 100 cal video. just almost like a pretty good lifted frank estate gets involved to go over the web. and he took that away from me, the consumer advocacy group, andrew calvin, you organized the resistance. he found a precious ally within the help ministry itself. simon, back, i researcher and nutrition. and you know, gala interest doesn't be feeling. it is
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a little union that is economy who is going to win and also the letter from it took 11 years of fear struggle, battling sensors who rejected clip after clip before the researcher and the active finally succeeded in taxing photos and junk food in mexico. it was the 1st so the attacks in north america here stop us. i do them once, you book it, you know, see into the sign. yes. so the most it out, whenever the soon in a consumer, they review us will get us and make me go into middle know if i saw the fit in the middle. know what to do that in go somewhat of risks. encouraged by the success of the tags 20 association joined. the effort led by has video about kara. they demanded a nutritional labeling system and they also hoped to raise the tax from 10 to 20 percent me.
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apparently these demands were unacceptable to mysterious nameless opponents. you're a few minutes actually mean to live on s a may say even you know, legal joy, sick leak and this whole year he may have real love him that they'll appreciate it . they miss it says join 10 years. so call me when i mean f. c mon delicia is a little bit of a mission to warn you didn't tell them always because it's dumb. we get abby and low speed. if you get us a little bit, you don't think simon, your daughter is just had an accident. it is very serious. come quickly, she has been taken here. because i am more sure me familiar with. wait, wait, wait there really?
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simon. you fool while you're at work, i sleep with your old lady. here's the photo. plus telephone saying the i don't know you sent on to us citizen that he did. i don't good. i will see the payments tonight. big houses go pull 9 is i leak is here. my show group in the stainless handles, it will be played on only come in, but our competition may not going to settle. seen embargo just i will be just handle on the run list or if it would, i mean to but i was, i mean for my sean jose today me all those fullness this digital pull that dollars in this i don't, i start going is called the policies and if it's gone protection, police are still trying to identify the suspect, who sent these threatening text me
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. it was the level of viciousness was way beyond what they've done before they attacked us in the media. they attacked was 2 other scholars, but they had never done something to threaten our children to threaten our families, to, to what they did in mexico. that was a new level of attack. me in the end, the tax increase failed. and the bottled mineral water, veronica buys at the corner store costs more than a bottle of soda. i wait with the revolution came from a country at americas southern tip chile. despite the fact that for 30 years,
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it has been the darling of free market in beauty. the anti obesity movement is led by a senator. for years he has been fighting to dislodge his people from their rank as 3rd, worldwide in overweight and obesity. and you know, if you 30 and the are you and yet it would be hope enjoy. don't go no differently. i will give us a year old if and produce a month and you can even guess your own if i mean after i get to see on this. but up since we will mirror, going to be more to know what an amino veterans united portfolio. so in the past several years, sen, guido gerardi, a former pediatrician, has attracted the industries ire. he has been a fearless crusader in public health protection. first, he braved billionaire president, sebastian,
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2 years official veto. then he had to overcome the industries campaign to denigrate him. the finally, the law passed in 2016. it was the type of bomb agribusiness dread most. i mean, i think the video that you would even have until the middle seemed to have it on low who simply time i didn't have you at the but i mean she didn't, will just kind of fit that in which she's going to tell you it will be warned or you know, sort of, you know, when you say son, you own any. i think sonya, we printed it out there. she went and just got them in the, you know,
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city namely wanted to see what the where they're giving us and the national good yesterday. so the last few years on that i live that is look at that goes to the people element. uh huh. you get, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, with a pool, you said that the nation a enough. the last thing i want to see another issue and no way that pollution internet no point and it was worth in the to just know with and again, i don't know where it went up. but like i said, you can, you know, say, you know, when you're not seeing progress or not, it just will keep on us. and if you the, if in failing thing. yeah. you know, what mean you on how much off it was for kids who them in the bushes in your
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voice. so they will go from brochure to let them in the the industry argued that the legislation would be ineffective and would penalize the poor that only 2 years after it went into effect, a virtuous circle formed the one on the check if they gave me one more last book, dental having me come and see you. i would, i saw the how enough to do see, i mean my lisa giving us the hope to hear from you. i see people who i think i love it when we have them in the in that same 18 months we saw 25 percent reduction in purchases of sugar beverages. and surely that's unprecedented. and we're seeing large reductions in all the
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ultra process junk foods as well. that is the 1st time we've seen the glimmer of a country that might change the norms toward healthy eating the, to lay in food revolution hasn't fired action in neighboring countries. peru has instituted the same labels and uruguay is about to do so. and dramatically, mexico is joining the new president and congress have just passed new legislation requiring the same kind of labeling chile. so what my dear job was on the other side of the atlantic. the contrast to striking europe's neutral score labeling is fairly timid compared to the black labels in chile. only a few countries have adopted it and it is not even mandatory already. and you do need to just say, well,
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i just need to get an idea of the prism, you know, on the sheet that will be it was last seen. so another winning strategy for corporate interest in germany has been to play the role that allies and the fight against the piece at all. this commercial produced by a supermarket chain promises a commitment to promoting healthy foods to help children make their dreams come true. but if it really wise to trust the industry, ah well, and if i could respond, put it as crazy and nominal it of fool deeply to reduce the law. yeah, sure enough for us and it was interesting to and does the same. got it, but i live in soon to hooks. that's had him to go. that route shoved
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him. i know i know they're stuck and i actually had the translation in person. it might not have been as google tightly should belong to me. the german government counts on the industries realty to regulate itself. it does not impose either taxes on sugary beverages and restrictions on advertising. ah, 5000 troops express mentioned medea b. this has been met and the fish had been tomato. the the news
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ah, hadn't been in my phone and i don't i just saw under the dollar format isis fighters, and they're now boarding a philippine naval ship in john $900.00. jeff, aren't abdulla still don't know, watch waiting for them. can i
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get a hold of me? me make notes, you know, borders and the blind number t's as emerge. we don't have authority. we go to the back seen the whole world leads to take action and be ready. people are judge governors crisis, we can do better, we should be better. everyone is contributing each in their own way. but we also know that this crisis will not go on forever. the challenge is paid for the response has been massive. so many good people are helping us. it makes it feel
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very proud that we need together in our germany's rock a deadly explosion. industrial park for a chemical company, leaving 2 dead on more than 30 wounded. environmentalists also selling the alarm over a huge cloud of potentially toxic black and smoking, created by the blind also ahead on the program today. hundreds of videos and images of unconscious naked women are found in the possession of us that confesses being drugging sexually assaulting women in mexico city for over a decade. the american whistleblower daniel hale is sentenced to.


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