No Boston Drink Tax!
The Boston City Council is considering imposing a 2% sales tax on all beer, wine and distilled spirits sold in Boston. That means 2% more on drinks when you go out to eat at your favorite Boston bars and restaurants and 2% more when you shop at your neighborhood package store.
Alcoholic beverages are already taxed enough! Imposing this new sales tax will hurt consumers, hurt the city’s hospitality industry, cost Boston $10 million in lost sales and kill over 130 jobs.
Sign the petition and tell Mayor Walsh and the members of the Boston City Council: No Boston Drink Tax!
- Mayor Martin Walsh
- Boston City Council
I am strongly opposed to the proposal to impose a 2% sales tax on alcohol sales in Boston. We're already taxed enough and this proposal will hurt Boston consumers and our hospitality industry.
No Boston drink tax!
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