That's the proposal city officials are considering for soda pop in public buildings.
The city has already banned smoking in bars and trans-fats in restaurants.
Now, city leaders are calling on a panel of experts to develop a policy, keeping sugary drinks out of city-owned buildings.
One member of the panel tells The Boston Globe that "somebody has to take a stand."
Many people believe soda plays a big role in the nation's obesity epidemic.
But a spokesman for a national soft drink organization calls the proposed ban "overly simplistic."