Beverage group: 18 mayors wrong on sugary drinks
Posted: 06/18/2013 - The American Beverage Association says efforts by the mayors of 18 cities to stop food stamps from being used to buy sugary drinks won't make the nation healthier.
This is one of my favorite times of the year -- March Madness! The excitement of college basketball’s Final Four is unmatched.
But I must admit, a bit of “March Sadness” set in last night as I filled out my bracket. Not one time did I pick my beloved Kentucky Wildcats. It’s hard to imagine the tournament without college basketball’s winningest program.
Maybe the only thing worse … was having to decide if I would pick Duke, Indiana or Louisville to win it all.
Well, here are my picks.
Who do you have winning it all?
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