There may be no more contested food policy issue today than whether sugar-sweetened drinks like soda have expanded America's waistlines—and whether government has the authority to limit access to these drinks if they're found to be a culprit. But as Baylen Linnekin argues, even if sugar-sweetened drinks turn out to be virtually everything their opponents claim, people still have a right to buy and drink these beverages. After all, we don't have a right to free speech or to travel from one state to another because speech or travel has been proven by the scientific community to promote good health.
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