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IV. OTHER STATE NEWS.

23. Guest Opinion: Alcohol Energy Drinks Come With Risk (Arizona)

24. Sam's Club Liquor Store Opens (Arkansas)




25.
Panel Approves Wine Regulations (Arkansas)

26. Mondavi Launches "Affordable Californian Wine" (California)


27. Tougher Parental Teenage Drinking Bill Signed into Law (Illinois)
28. New Drivers License Design helps Limit use of Fake IDs (Indiana)
29. Parent: School Bus Drivers Smell of Alcohol (Indiana)

30.
Voters Reject Alcohol Sales in 4 Precincts (Kentucky)

31. Council approves expanded Sunday alcohol sales 10-4 (Kentucky)





32. Smuggling of Out-of-State Cans into Michigan Costs State $10 Million (Michigan)
33. Wine Bar to Pull out all the Stops with New Technology (Minnesota)
34. Ole Miss Alcohol Rules Put to Test (Mississippi)
35. Sheehy Leads Fight Against Underage Drinking (Nebraska)
36. Nebraska Dumps $140,000 Worth Of Wine (Nebraska)


37.
New Jersey: $1.7 Mil for a Liquor License (New Jersey)

38. 5 Atlantic City Casinos Going Smoke-Free (New Jersey)

39. New Tool To Stop Teens From Drinking, Driving (North Carolina)
40. Mary Easley, Surgeon General Focus on Teen Drinking (North Carolina)

41. Will New Law Harvest Change or Sour Grapes? (Oklahoma)
42. National Speaker on Alcohol Abuse on Campus (Oregon)



43. Fire Company Named in Suit over Bar Brawl Death of Fire Chief (Pennsylvania)
44. Law Takes Aim at Underage Drinking (South Carolina)
45. Lexington Blue Laws Likely to End (South Carolina)
46. Alcohol, Speed Caused Fatal Wreck, Police Say (Tennessee)

47. Alcohol Sales Top Issue on Ballots (Texas)

48. Attorney General wants Flavored Alcohol Drinks Taken off Shelves (Utah)
49. Effort Targets Underage Drinking (Virginia)
50. Alcohol Charges up During Game Days (Virginia)
51. Beer Delivered (Virginia)

52.
Panels to Highlight Evolving Beer Industry at NBWA's 70th Annual Convention and Trade Show (Virginia)


I. NATIONAL NEWS



1. We Don’t Serve Teens Week Starts Today

www.dontserveteens.gov
September 10, 2007

The FTC has designated September 10-15, 2007 as National We Don't Serve Teens Week. Don’t Serve Alcohol to Teens. It’s unsafe. It’s illegal. It’s irresponsible.

During We Don't Serve Teens Week, public and private entities from across the country, including many state Governors and Attorneys General, will spread the word that serving alcohol to teens is unsafe, illegal, and irresponsible.

Most teens who drink get alcohol from “social sources” — at parties, from older friends, from their parents’ cabinet. Teen drinking is linked to injury and risky behavior. We can reduce teen drinking by stopping teens’ easy access to alcohol. Help us achieve this goal. Please click here for the campaign materials you may use to help get the word out.

http://www.dontserveteens.gov/




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