WILMINGTON — Binge drinking rates in some population groups are on the rise especially since COVID, and Talbert House Prevention Services in Clinton and Warren Counties is launching an initiative to take on the situation.
GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) — In North Carolina, almost 1 in 4 people, or 24%, believe alcohol is far too freely available in public venues, according to a survey by Adcare.com.
BARBOURSVILLE, West Virginia — A business that serves alcohol to minors could quickly be punished, but those that follow the law are rarely applauded.
Flanked by tallboys, Gov. Chris Sununu signed a bill with bipartisan support into law on Thursday that lifts a number of prohibitions on small beermakers.
Today, August 2nd, 2021, the OLCC became the Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission, dropping the word “Control” that had defined the agency’s original post-Prohibition mission.
Since 1988, Idaho’s excise taxes on so-called ‘strong beer’ - beer more than 4% alcohol by weight - have funneled into the same pot as taxes on wine.
In a wartime-like effort, the spring of 2020 brought businesses of all types and political leanings together against a common enemy.
Ten community organizations across the state were recently awarded more than $75,000 in Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority (ABC) Education and Prevention grants to help reduce underage and high-risk drinking in their communities.
In the wake of Oregon’s recently completed 2021 legislative session, the Oregon Liquor Control Commission pledged to help the state’s hospitality industry as it emerges from the pandemic and to take steps to ensure that more than half a billion dollars in state revenue doesn’t slip away.
SALT LAKE CITY — Lawmakers will consider whether to create more highly-coveted bar licenses in Utah, the Senate Republican tasked with liquor legislation tells FOX 13.