In true incrementalist fashion, Democrats have now made things slightly less unfair, but fell far short of actual fairness. It's as if, right after the Civil War, Congress announced that black people would now count as four-fifths of a person.
Consider how much a can of Coke really costs. The price doesn't reflect the cost of medical care associated with obesity, diabetes and cardiology interventions, all fueled by the low cost of sugary drinks.
Coca-Cola has long marketed itself as synonymous with American values. But after recent allegations that it covered up acts of murder and rape at a Guatemalan subsidiary, Coca Cola may face up to justice.