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Election 2018: Initiative 1634 on Grocery Tax

October 24, 2018 - 11:10 pm

The KBCS Elections 2018 coverage turns to Initiative 1634, determining if foods and beverages available for human consumption (except in the case of alcoholic beverages, tobacco, and marijuana) should be exempt from a new local or privileged tax. KBCS’s Ruth Bly spoke with Victor Coleman, Campaign Manager for Washington Healthy Kids Coalition who is sponsoring the No on I-1634 campaign, and Brandon Hersey, Federal Way Teacher and community advocate on the Yes on I-1634 Campaign.

Produced by Gregg Selby, Ruth Bly, Jim Cantú, and Yuko Kodama