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A Prohibition-era law still on the books makes Nebraska the only U.S. state to ban bars from serving drinks that mix beer and liquor, and

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Stanford University is seeking an exemption from a local county’s social-host law, saying it should not be held legally responsible for underage drinking by students

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Lorillard Inc. says it has stopped developing a snus-like product with Swedish Match AB but still plans to enter the smokeless-tobacco market in the U.S.,

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Hiking cigarette taxes by $1 a pack — a move backed by 67 percent of voters — would allow cash-strapped U.S. states to raise more

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Parents of newborn children can be motivated to quit smoking by targeted interventions, according to researchers from Harvard Medical School. WebMD reported Feb. 1 that

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A small study conducted at Virginia Commonwealth University concluded that e-cigarettes failed to deliver on their promise of providing a dose of vaporized nicotine with

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A 2006 Florida Supreme Court ruling that the tobacco industry sold defective products, covered up evidence about the health risks of smoking and lied to

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A proposal to use beer-tax revenues to fund an alcohol detoxification program in the notorious town of Whiteclay, Neb., is being opposed by alcohol industry

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Liquor sales are holding steady despite the recession, but industry data indicates that more Americans are drinking at home rather than going out to bars

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The Obama administration’s first stab at crafting its own national drug-control budget priorities (PDF) adds new funding for addiction treatment and prevention, but does little

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