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Karen Hanretty

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Policy Director for the California/Nevada Soft Drink Association; Spokeswoman for CalBev, the California arm of the American Beverage Association

Karen Hanretty on KCRW

Sugar-sweetened beverages are the single biggest source of calories for American teenagers, who are increasingly obese.

Big Soda Pours in Big Money to Stop Tax on Sugary Drinks

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Liberal New Yorkers called former Mayor Michael Bloomberg a government nanny when he tried to restrict so-called Big Gulps of high-sugar sodas.

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Liberal New Yorkers called former Mayor Michael Bloomberg a government nanny when he tried to restrict so-called Big Gulps of high-sugar sodas.

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