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[HI] Underage Drinking Topic Of Event
Source: MauiNews.com Apr 23, 2014
On April 24, Maui Youth and Family Services is hosting a community event about underage drinking.

[IA] Experts: Underage Drinking Problematic In Iowa
Source: KWWL.com Apr 23, 2014
Iowa Department Of Public Health officials are sounding the alarm about underage drinking the state with 16% of people 13 years old and younger having at least tried alcohol.

[MT] Carroll College Students Surprised By Results Of Fake ID, Underage Drinking Survey
Source: HelenaIR.com Apr 23, 2014
A survey of Carroll College students revealed high levels of underage drinking, purchasing alcohol for minors, and fake ID possession.

[WI] Keg Tracking Ordinance Could Be Eliminated
Source: JournalTimes.com Apr 23, 2014
A keg registration ordinance might be eliminated after almost 7 years of being on the books.

[IL] Parents Meet To Curb Underage Drinking
Source: ABCLocal.Go.com Apr 22, 2014
On April 22, community members met to discuss the dangers of underage drinking and ways to prevent it, especially during prom and graduation seasons.

[MI] Local Students Create Public Service Announcements To Promote Dangers of Underage Drinking
Source: MLive.com Apr 22, 2014
On April 23, students from Muskegon County will debut their PSA's against underage drinking, as part of the "Facethebook" campaign during Alcohol Awareness Month.

[ME] Old Town Police Tip Program Combats Underage Drinking
Source: WLBZ2.com Apr 22, 2014
In response to a survey that showed 59% of people under 21 had more than a few sips of alcohol, the Old Town Police Department has set-up an anonymous tip line to report underage drinking.

[DC] WRAP Contest For Cool Ideas To Prevent Underage Drinking
Source: WUSA9.com Apr 22, 2014
The Washington Regional Alcohol Program, is offering a cash prize and recognition for area high school students that find creative ways to prevent drinking among their peers.

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