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State Alcohol Advertising Laws

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(CAMY) at Georgetown University monitored the marketing practices of the alcohol industry (which in this report means beer and liquor companies) to focus attention and action on practices that jeopardize the health and safety of America's youth. Using commercially available databases, CAMY calculated the exposure of youth (ages 12 to 20) to alcohol advertising on television and radio, in magazines and on the Internet. CAMY closed operations at Georgetown in July 2008, but its co-funder, the Pew Charitable Trusts , continues to host the Web site, making CAMY monitoring reports and other tools available to policy-makers and ...
Although labeled as non-alcoholic, some beers may still contain small amounts of alcohol; as a result, some American states prohibit their sale to minors and even to young adults . In one state (Pennsylvania) persons must be 21 years of age or older to even consume non-alcoholic beer, or they will be cited for underage drinking. Wisconsin law does not regulate non-alcoholic beer (less than 0.5% ABV), and it can be purchased without any age restrictions. According to Michigan law, persons must be 18 or older to purchase "non-alcoholic beer" within the state. In countries where alcohol advertising is forbidden or ...
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Will Proposal Lead to More “Effective” State Alcohol Regulation ...
 Arizona’s self-help efforts to control illegal immigration, some in our federal legislative branch are working to “reaffirm” the role of states in regulating alcohol products and protect such regulations from legal challenge.  Wait a minute, you might say, doesn’t the 21st Amendment clearly grant alcohol control authority to the 50 states?  That it does, but states’ regulatory actions cannot impinge upon interstate commerce in a discriminatory fashion.  That’s where a proposal known as the “ C ARE Act ” enters the picture.  Wholesalers avow that the proposal is necessary to ... market research, surveys and trends
Pub hours may be on ideas summit agenda
Calls to limit the number of bars and shorten pub opening hours in a bid to tackle binge drinking are set to be examined by Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s 2020 ideas summit. The head of World Vision Australia, Tim Costello, has urged governments to tighten rules governing pubs and clubs, especially the number of outlets and closing times. The push follows a disturbing report by the Australian National Council on Drugs (ANCD) this week which found about one tenth of teenagers abused alcohol in a typical week. Among 16 and 17-year-olds the figure was one in five, while more than 450,000 children live in homes in which adults ... market research, surveys and trends

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$4.5 billion each year marketing its ..... No more than 33 percent of the square footage of the windows and clear doors of an off-sale premises shall bear ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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There are an estimated 10.8 million underage drinkers in the U.S. The 2006. Monitoring the Future study reports that more than 29 percent of 12th .... The guide includes examples of current local and state alcohol advertising laws ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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More “Effective” State Alcohol Regulation, or Just More Regulation?
Arizona’s self-help efforts to control illegal immigration, some in our federal legislative branch are working to “reaffirm” the role of states in regulating alcohol products and protect such regulations from legal challenge.  Wait a minute, you might say, doesn’t the 21st Amendment clearly grant alcohol control authority to the 50 states?  That it does, but states’ regulatory actions cannot impinge upon interstate commerce in a discriminatory fashion.  That’s where a proposal known as the “ C ARE Act ” enters the picture.  While wholesalers avow that the proposal simply confirms current legal standards, alcohol ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Limiting the damage of binge drinking
Minimum pricing. Higher alcohol tax. Late-night levies. Could these help cure binge drinking? The Government’s latest plans were put under the microscope at a lively conference. John Harrington reports How do we beat binge drinking? It’s hardly a new issue, and the new Government is just the latest to present radical plans for tackling the issue, with an overhaul of licensing, bans on below-cost sales and late-night levies on the horizon. But what do health professionals and the industry think is the best way forward? There was no shortage of opinions about the merits (or otherwise) of the new proposals at a major conference in ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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State Alcohol Advertising Laws - CAMYReport-State new 2
STATE ALCOHOL ADVERTISING LAWS: Current Status and Model Policies. April 10, 2003 ...... Table 1: Ratings of State Alcohol Advertising Laws ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Frequently Asked Advertising Questions: A Guide for Small Business
Additional laws apply to ads for specialized products like consumer leases, credit, 900 telephone numbers, and products sold through mail order or telephone sales. And every state has consumer protection laws that govern ads running in that state. According to the FTC's Deception Policy Statement , an ad is deceptive if it contains a statement - or omits information - that: According to the Federal Trade Commission Act and the FTC's Unfairness Policy Statement , an ad or business practice is unfair if: A typical inquiry follows these steps: The FTC looks at the ad from the point of view of the "reasonable ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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The Department of Justice is the Executive Department primarily responsible for enforcing Federal Law. Many other departments enforce their own regulations. Related articles: Allied Domecq Establishes Independent Advertising Review Board; Third-Party Review Board to... Business Wire ; Dec 4, 2003; 700+ Words ...Jim Clerkin, President of Allied Domecq...to socially responsible advertising...the Code of Responsible Beverage Alcohol...Board, which is responsible for receiving...complaints and enforcing compliance of...Director of the US ... Internal Revenue Service West's Encyclopedia of American Law ; Jan 1, 2005; 700+ ...
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A suburban city near me has legalized Sunday alcohol sales for restaurants. Of course, the christians are in an uproar and have already filed suit against it. Which commandment is, "Thou shalt not drink on Sunday?" In my state, you can go to a bar, and get drunk on a Sunday. But you can not go to the liquor store and buy beer. What's the big deal? Didn't Jesus turn water to wine? What piece of scripture are the Southern Baptists using to justify this? Good quote, though it reads more as a warning than a prohibition. It also says nothing about Sunday. 6 months ago There is nothing in the Bible telling us to go ...