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[NMI] CHC Gets Federal Grant For Prevention Or Reduction Of Underage Drinking
Source: Sep 29, 2014
The Commonwealth Healthcare Corp.’s Community Guidance Center was awarded a five year grant by SAMHSA to help reduce underage drinking rates.

[NJ] North Jersey Parents Vow To Ban Alcohol At Home Parties
Source: Sep 28, 2014
Parents in north Jersey are taking the Safe Home Pledge.

[WV] Carding Minors Focus Of Underage Drinking Forum In Beckley
Source: Sep 24, 2014
A forum in Beckley will educate alcohol retailers about the importance of checking id's and how to spot fake id's.

[MO] Cape Council Likely Will Tighten Alcohol Rules
Source: Sep 21, 2014
The Cape Council will vote on an ordinance that would prohibit people under 21 years of age from entering establishments that generate most of their revenue from alcohol.

[KY] Students Speak Out Against Underage Drinking
Source: Sep 18, 2014
Students at Boonville High School have unveiled "The Truth Is..." an underage drinking prevention campaign.

[NC] Gardner Plans Campaign To Combat Underage Drinking Among Middle Schoolers
Source: Sep 18, 2014
The chairman of the state Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission is unveiling a plan to prevent alcohol initiation and underage drinking among middle schoolers.

[NJ] Montville Township Committee Addresses Smoking In Parks, Underage Drinking
Source: Sep 17, 2014
A town committee for Montville is considering a change to a local ordinance that would allow police to search homes if there was reason to believe underage drinking was taking place.

[NE] ASUN Plans Conference To Start Drafting Statewide Drinking Policies
Source: Sep 17, 2014
The Association of Students of the University of Nebraska will hold a conference to educate those in the university system about the dangers of underage drinking, introducing possible solutions.

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