Members of the Oklahoma House voted that legislators throughout the state should take the same drug test that would be required of welfare recipients.
Another lawsuit has been filed against Phusion Projects, LLC, maker of Four Loko alcoholic beverages, Crain’s reported March 9. The new lawsuit, which is aiming
A Florida congressman has introduced a bill in the U.S. House of Representatives intended to curb prescription drug abuse and eliminate pain clinics that illegally
Indiana liquor retailers have lost another round in their lawsuit against the state’s alcohol control board, Indystar.com reported March 5. The Indiana Association of Beverage
It may seem like binge drinking is just a fact of college life, but a number of institutions of higher-education are proving otherwise.
Budget deficits bedevil nearly every state, yet six states have not raised their beer taxes in 50 years or more, according to Marin Institute’s Neglected & Outdated Beer Taxes Map. Wyoming, in fact, hasn’t raised its beer tax since 1935, when Franklin D. Roosevelt was serving his first term as president.
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A new analysis of four years of government data shows that most underage youth get alcohol from home, and about a third were given it
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