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Hacked Emails Show Coca-Cola Aims To Influence Hillary Clinton And The Media

Emails posted recently on DCLeaks reveal that Coca-Cola executives work hard to influence politicians, journalists and bloggers, in order to fight soda taxes and other regulation of sugary beverages.
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