Use Sin Tax In Health Drivesolons

By Gil C. Cabacungan[1] Philippine Daily Inquirer[2] INQUIRER FILE PHOTO MANILA, PhilippinesConcerned over surveys that showed Filipinos were eating more meat and chicken and less fruit and vegetables, lawmakers have suggested that part of the revenue raised from sin taxes be used to boost a healthy lifestyle campaign. Sen. Gregorio Honasan said data compiled by […]

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