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[MT] Ordinance Aims to Curb Underage Drinking
Source: May 23, 2016
Missoula County is trying to increase awareness about the county's social host ordinance, in an effort to reduce underage drinking.

Frat Brothers Are Immune to Alcohol Intervention Programs, Study Suggests
Source: May 21, 2016
A study published in Health Psychology suggests fraternity members who party hard are not likely to be affected by alcohol intervention programs.

[TX] Town Hall Focuses on Underage Drinking in Williamson County
Source: May 20, 2016
LifeSteps Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition of Williamson County hosted a town hall meeting during National Prevention Week, to raise awareness about underage drinking.

[NJ] Princeton: Assemblyman Gusciora Says Town Should Have a Law Prohibiting Teen Drinking
Source: May 20, 2016
A state assemblyman has said his town should enact an ordinance that would prevent teen drinking on private property.

[MO] Drug Council to Host Town Hall on Underage Drinking
Source: May 19, 2016
On May 24, the Laclede County Drug Council will host a town hall meeting to address underage drinking in the community.

[AL] Council on Substance Abuse Hosts Underage Drinking Town Hall
Source: May 18, 2016
On May 18, the Council on Substance Abuse held a town hall meeting at city hall, to raise awareness about underage drinking.

[NY] Partnership for Drug-Free Kids Launches #GotYorBack Campaign to Raise Awareness
Source: May 17, 2016
The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids launched #GotYourBack, peer focused campaign to raise awareness about underage and binge drinking.

[CA] Southern California Middle School Students Exposed to More than 3 Alcohol Ads Each Day
Source: May 17, 2016
A new study shows adolescents in Southern California are exposed to an average of 3.1 alcohol ads everyday. African Americans and Hispanics are regularly exposed to the highest number.

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