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Responsible Retailing Forum Schedules 2011 Meeting

The 9th annual Responsible Retailing Forum (RRF) will be held on April 12-13, 2011 in Park City, Utah. RRF brings together alcohol regulators, state attorneys general and public health stakeholders to work with retailers and their distributors and suppliers, and their training providers, to promote policies that prevent underage sales of alcohol and tobacco products. The 2011 RRF will be hosted by the Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control. The conference hotel is The Canyons. Information on the conference agenda, The Canyons and electronic registration will be posted on the RRF website later this year.


Wisconsin Study Group Aims to Change Local Drinking Culture

A local study group compiled a list of recommendations for legislators and municipalities to change the drinking culture in Wisconsin. The list includes introduce sobriety checkpoints, prohibit parents from buying alcohol in bars for their underage children, doubling the fees for alcohol licenses and more. The State Council on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse workgroup plans to show the document to the League of Wisconsin Municipalities.

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Changing the Drinking Culture

A study group wants to change the way alcohol is perceived and consumed in Wisconsin. The group came up with 49 recommendations for state and local governments, communities, employers and educators. Alcohol Culture and Environment Workgroup’s suggestions include adding sobriety checkpoints throughout the community, limiting alcohol advertising in the various municipalities, changing the law that allows parents to buy their children alcohol and adopting ordinances that ban competitions and games as well as the use of beer bongs and similar devices in licensed establishments as these encourage swift consumption of alcohol. The workgroup is comprised of public policy experts, attorneys, elected officials, law enforcement, local leaders, educators and others.

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