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Several restaurant chains that recently added alcohol to their menus have decided it causes more problems than it’s worth. Customers aren’t buying as many drinks as expected, and selling alcohol is causing many logistical problems.

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An increasing number of colleges are selling beer to legal-age drinkers to increase profits, according to The Des Moines Register.

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California Governor Jerry Brown this week signed a bill that bans the production and sale of beer with added caffeine.

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The California Assembly this week voted to ban the production and sale of beer with added caffeine.

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Displays of tobacco products will not be allowed in any British stores as of 2015, Reuters reported March 9. Britain’s Department of Health has instituted

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A systematic review of 15 research studies shows that special automobile ignition locks significantly reduce the likelihood that people convicted of driving while drunk will

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Know any creative individuals over 18 who would be interested in participating in a video contest to promote alcohol and drug abuse prevention and positive mental health?

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A broad range of marijuana-related legislation is pending in at least 13 states. The flurry of new bills includes efforts to legalize, expand, or repeal medical

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In a lawsuit brought by groups fighting underage drinking, a Nebraska judge has ruled that “alcopops” should be taxed like distilled spirits, not like beer,

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A bill introduced in North Dakota would ban alcohol use and possession at college sports events where minors are present, the Associated Press reported Jan.

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