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Editorial: Editorial ahead: Don't say we didn't warn you

Warning: If you live in California, your highly anticipated, absolutely essential and delicious morning cup of coffee may soon come with a warning.

A state judge will rule in the next months whether coffee should be labeled as carcinogenic under California law, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Why? Because coffee, elixir of the gods,

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