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[CO] Social Host Ordinance May Put Pressure On Students Who Throw Parties
Source: Collegian.com Apr 15, 2015
Fort Collins is considering a social host ordinance. The offense would be civil in nature, not criminal.

[KS] State Agencies Partner To Prevent Underage Drinking
Source: KRSL.com Apr 15, 2015
Several Kansas agencies are working together to launch the "It Matters Campaign," a media initiative aimed at preventing underage drinking.

[MI] ASMSU Aims To Have Keg Tag Law Repealed
Source: StateNews.com Apr 14, 2015
The student assembly at Michigan State University is working with lawmakers to repeal the state's keg registration law because it has led to an increase in dangerous underage drinking.

Teen Drinking Linked To Alcohol In Moves: Studies Spark Calls For Change
Source: CSMonitor.com Apr 13, 2015
A new study published in Pediatrics shows that 15-year-olds who were exposed to alcohol in movies were more likely to underage and binge drink.

[MN] Harmful Effects Of Underage Drinking Focus Of April 16 Speaker
Source: ParkRapidsEnterprise.com Apr 11, 2015
On April 16th, Hubbard In Prevention will host a meeting for parents that will discuss the harmful effects of drinking on teen brains.

[MD] Department Of Health Offers Free Underage Drinking Workshop
Source: BaltimoreCountyMD.gov Apr 10, 2015
On April 22nd, the Baltimore County Department of Health will hold a free workshop on underage drinking, for parents.

[FL] Florida Makes Moves To Ban Sale Of Palcohol
Source: Alligator.org Apr 10, 2015
Florida legislators are considering a bill that would ban the sale of powdered alcohol. If successful, Florida would become the seventh state to enact such a ban.

[NM] Governor Vetoes Hemp, Beer and Wine Delivery Bills
Source: SFReporter.com Apr 10, 2015
Governor Martinez vetoed a bill that would have allowed for home delivery of beer and wine.

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