For some 18 million Americans, Prohibition lingers. Counties from Texas to Massachusetts are still officially dry, functioning rather miraculously without readily accessible booze close to 90 years after the nation’s major anti-hooch law was repealed.
Seyfarth Synopsis: Does Pennsylvania’s public policy preclude a nuclear power plant from terminating an employee for being drunk on the job? “No,” the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania ruled this October.
JACKSON COUNTY, N.C.--Mothers Against Drunk Driving says there's a loophole in North Carolina law when determining alcohol impairment on the side of the road. MADD says roadside measurements currently recorded are not fully used.
Today, the National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA) released the Beer Purchasers' Index (BPI) for October 2019.
While the Federal Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (“TTB”) has increased field investigations of manufacturers in retail trade practices, it has also upped enforcement of the regulation of beer manufacturing.
A new report from Engagement Labs makes the interesting point that what consumers may say about liquor, wine and beer brands “offline” -- that is, in face-to-face conversations -- may be very different from what they say on social media sites online.
A new study now finds that not finishing education can turn a person into a binge drinker. Researchers have deduced that people who have done an extra four years of school were 50 percent less likely to become alcoholics.