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Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Santa Fe Vice President Kathy Hart, 65, right, urges voters to reject a tax on sugary beverages outside a polling center in Santa Fe, N.M., on Tuesday, May 2, 2017. Voters in New Mexico's capital city were deciding whether to add a tax on sugary sodas and other sweetened beverages that would follow the examples of several cities across the country. The proposed tax in Santa Fe would pay to expand early childhood education. (AP Photo/Morgan Lee)

Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Santa Fe Vice President Kathy Hart, 65, right, urges voters to reject a tax on sugary beverages outside a polling center in Santa Fe, N.M., on Tuesday, May 2, 2017. Voters in New Mexico's capital city were deciding whether to add a tax on sugary sodas and other sweetened beverages that would follow the examples of several cities across the country. The proposed tax in Santa Fe would pay to expand early childhood education. (AP Photo/Morgan Lee)

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