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Kids Allowed To 'Sip' Alcohol May Start Drinking Earlier
Source: MedicalExpress.com Mar 31, 2015
According to a study from Brown University, kids who had sipped alcohol by sixth grade were more likely to drink by high school and to engage in binge drinking.

[SC] Communities Across South Carolina Work To Keep Alcohol Out Of The Hands Of Youth Under 21
Source: MoultrieNews.com Mar 31, 2015
During the month of April, the sixth annual "Out of Their Hands" campaign will take place.

[SD] Crucial Town Hall Meeting at O'Gorman
Source: KELO.com Mar 31, 2015
On March 31, a town hall meeting about underage drinking and driving was held at O'Gorman High School.

[CA] Common Vision Coalition Educating On Binge, Underage Drinking
Source: RedlandsDailyFacts.com Mar 31, 2015
In an effort to continue reaching more people about the dangers of underage drinking, the organization has been holding education opportunities in Spanish.

[WV] Putnam County Looks To Enact 'Social Host' Ordinance
Source: WSAZ.com Mar 29, 2015
The Putnam Wellness Coalition is proposing that Putnam County enact a social host ordinance.

[NC] April Designated Alcohol Awareness Month
Source: LaurinburgExchange.com Mar 28, 2015
The Mayor of Laurinburg has proclaimed that April is Alcohol Awareness Month in his town.

[NY] Youth Leaders Design Programs To Tackle Underage Substance Use
Source: The-Leader.com Mar 27, 2015
Students from local school districts met over two days in a program meant to empower youth and develop strategies to prevent underage drinking and substance abuse.

[WV] Two Sessions To Focus On Underage Drinking
Source: Herald-Dispatch.com Mar 27, 2015
The Wayne County Underage Drinking Prevention Coalition is holding two sessions where community members can come together and discuss ways to prevent underage drinking.

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