To the Editor: Skov puts the case for an alcohol taxation policy in Australia.1 Few people, if any, in public health would disagree that alcohol is a serious public health issue in Australia, and few would doubt that higher prices will reduce consumption. But why tax the consumers directly? Why not tax the providers?
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