According to new findings from IWSR Drinks Market Analysis, total beverage alcohol consumption increased by 2% in 2020, the largest volume gain since 2002.
In a famous Supreme Court case, Craig v. Boren, at issue was an Oklahoma statute that said young women could buy “non-intoxicating” beer (which had 3.2% alcohol) at the age of 18, but young men had to be 21.
(KTVX) – You may have a perception of how much alcohol the people in your community drink, but does it match reality? A new map helps illustrate which counties across the United States are prone to excessive drinking and which states avoid a big bar tab.
House lawmakers on Monday introduced bipartisan legislation to end the ban on the U.S. Postal Service mailing shipments of alcohol.
PHILADELPHIA-- Alcohol-impaired driving kills 29 people a day and costs $121 billion a year in the U.S. After years of progress in reducing alcohol-impaired driving fatalities, efforts began to stall in 2009, and fatalities started increasing again in 2015.
It’s no surprise that bottled beer, wine and cocktails ordered with to-go meals have been a lifeline for restaurants during the pandemic
Disturbing statistics about increases in traffic deaths over the past year, despite the pandemic, and a rise of 45% in pedestrian fatalities over a 10-year period have both been well documented.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- A smartphone app called Harbor, currently under development by researchers at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, teaches young adults how to talk to a peer if they are concerned about that other person's drinking or drug use.