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On the road, on the water Don´t drink and drive

The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission, State Highway Patrol and Mothers Against Drunk Driving kicked off (May 24, 2016) the sixth annual “On the Road, On the Water, Don’t Drink and Drive” campaign with a news conference today in Wrightsville Beach. 57 more words

LDS Church silence on liquor licenses does not equal approval, DABC commissioner says

SALT LAKE CITY — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is apparently weighing in on liquor license applications without explicitly weighing in.

The Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission modified its prior stance that silence from a community location like a church or a school was essentially consent on a liquor license application for a business located nearby. 722 more words

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#outbidchang

Today, there is only one remaining team in the biggest league in the biggest sport in the world – Everton FC, a football team in the English Premier League, who still has an alcohol brand on their jersey. 92 more words

Waiting and Worrying

As I sit in another hospital waiting room I am pondering all the people who are upset when they learn about how alcohol affects the developing fetus.  811 more words

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

Buzzed

BUZZED – stories that stimulate conversation on the real impacts of alcohol and other drugs to inspire change – is a social media campaign launched in response to the Auckland Council report, ‘Knowing Someone Cares,’ about the city’s most vulnerable young people and their experiences with alcohol and other drugs. 14 more words

Utah responds to 'Deadpool' lawsuit claiming authority to protect 'health, welfare and morals'

SALT LAKE CITY — In a response to a lawsuit filed by a movie theater facing revocation of its liquor license for showing “Deadpool,” the state of Utah declares it has “the authority to protect public health, welfare and morals of the community.” 387 more words

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Expectations vs reality

The nation’s (Australia) most comprehensive annual alcohol poll was released this week (May 18, 2016), shedding light on what Australians drink and think about alcohol. 81 more words