By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News A proposition to institute a nickel-a-drink tax in California may appear on the November, 1990 ballot if it passes certification and receives 595,485 signatures during a 150-day trial period. The tax would raise an estimated $800 million, according to the January, 1990 issue of Alcohol And Drug Abuse Pulse Beats. If instituted, 25% of the funds would go to emergency and trauma care; 24% to chemical dependency treatments; 21% to law enforcement; 15% to community . . .
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OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News A proposition to institute a nickel-a-drink tax in California may appear on the November, 1990 ballot if it passes certification and receives 595,485 signatures during a 150-day trial period. The tax would raise an estimated $800 million, according to the January, 1990 issue of Alcohol And Drug Abuse Pulse Beats. If instituted, 25% of the funds would go to emergency and trauma care; 24% to chemical dependency treatments; 21% to law enforcement; 15% to community . . .
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