Gov. Roy Cooper signed a bill that modifies the current alcohol laws in North Carolina on Sept. 10, including allowing online orders at ABC stores and the purchase of a second alcoholic beverage at college sporting events.
A fair warning for your next trip to the liquor store: Several states across the U.S. are still experiencing booze shortages related to COVID-19, and it's unclear when supply will be able to meet demand.
Two restaurant relief measures have cleared the California State Senate and Assembly with bi-partisan support. The bills were both enrolled on September 13, 2021, and now await Governor Newsom’s signature.
The future is finally here ladies and gentlemen. Doordash has been around for a few years now but as of a couple of days ago, the food delivery service has forever been changed and upgraded to now also include alcohol.
Oftentimes, research findings are written in “academic language” making it difficult to understand the practical uses of such findings. And, how would a lay person know if the research is good or not? And, what if there is no research available or very dated research?
- Life vs. Liquor: The average Illinoisan would give up three years of their life to keep drinking alcohol, survey reveals
The survey discovered that nearly a third (30%) of respondents admit they ignore frequent studies that warn of the health risks of alcohol...the average Illinoisan drinker would even be willing to give up three years of their life if it meant they could continue to drink!
Restaurants from independently owned establishments to national chains are advertising positions, some offering sign-on bonuses and flexible schedules. But as hard as they try, candidates aren’t lining up.
In a survey of 3,400 millennials and Gen-Zers about their recent drinking habits and lifestyle choices, over two-thirds said they found heavy drinking culture to be boring.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Missouri’s decision to allow open containers of alcohol in vehicles forces the state to divert millions of federal dollars intended for road construction to safety programs, according to a public radio report.
HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania's state-run liquor system will begin rationing sales of a few dozen products on Friday in response to what it describes as supply shortages beyond its control.