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[MD] CRE Coalition Supplies Law Enforcement With Tools To Curb Underage Drinking
Source: SoMDNews.com Jul 16, 2014
The Chesapeake Ranch Estates Alcohol Coalition supplied the Calvert County Sheriff's Department with supplies to help them perform their underage drinking party patrols.

[WI] City Weighs Demerits To Combat Underage Drinking
Source: LaCrosseTribune.com Jul 16, 2014
The city of Tomah is considering a demerit system to regulate alcohol distribution and fight underage drinking.

[SC] Improv Group, Cornerstone Bring Underage Drinking To Forefront
Source: IndexJournal.com Jul 15, 2014
A local improv group uses its shows to demonstrate the dangers of underage drinking and bring the issue to the forefront.

[OH] Elyria Weighs Underage Drinking Party Law
Source: Chronicle.NorthCoastNow.com Jul 15, 2014
A proposed city law would allow police to criminally charge people who host underage drinkers.

[MO] Perry Co. Businesses, Sheriff's Dept Work To Curb Underage Drinking
Source: KFVS12.com Jul 15, 2014
Local businesses are working with sheriff's department to help reduce underage drinking rates in the county.

[ND] Study: Underage Drinking Remains Serious Problem In North Dakota
Source: BismarckTribune.com Jul 10, 2014
In a recently released study, underage binge drinking is a serious problem in the south central counties of the state.

[KY] Video: 'Be Unique' Warns Of Dangers Of Underage Drinking
Source: Courier-Journal.com Jul 10, 2014
A contest's winner was a video targeted at teens to be unique in resisting peer pressure when it comes to underage drinking.

Underage Drinkers Heavily Exposed To Magazine Ads For Alcohol Brands They Consume
Source: Eurekalert.org Jul 08, 2014
A study by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Health shows that 18-20 year olds are exposed the most to ads for alcohol brands that they overwhelmingly favor.

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