Calif. court rules against higher tax for malt drinks

A California appeals court said malt beverages should be taxed at the lower rate of beer, not the higher rate of spirits. The ruling, if it stands, will remove the higher tax, which has been in place since 2008, but the impact will be limited because most makers of malt beverages changed their formula to avoid the tax.

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Higher flavored malt drink tax overruled - San Francisco Chronicle

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