Do you think there should be a tax hike on alcohol?
This week, advocates for the poor and mentally ill have made hours-long pleas to powerful legislative committees in Annapolis, contending that raising alcohol taxes by a dime per serving would restore much-needed funding for health-care programs for the poor, services for the developmentally disabled, and drug and alcohol dependency programs hit hard by budget cuts.
The answer they'll get is the same as always: No. Read the full article.
March 12, 2010; 8:42 AM ET
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