Alkoholpolitik und Volksgesundheit

USA: North Carolina: The True Cost of Privatizing Liquor Sales

Mittwoch 19. Januar 2011 von htm

State governments closely regulate the sale of liquor in 18 states in this country. In these „control“ states, the government limits access in an effort to protect public health and limit alcohol-related costs. But there’s increasing pressure to privatize, in spite of research that shows „control“ systems work well.
Just ask Paul A. Stroup, III, Chief Exeutive Officer of the alcohol beverage control board in Mecklenburg County, N.C. In an editorial published Jan. 9 in The Charlotte Observer, Stroup laid out a pretty convincing rationale for not privatizing liquor in his state: … (Source: Join Together, 01/18/11)

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