Mr. Doyle talked about a recent report, from the National Association of Sciences, calling for more stringent regulations on how… read more
Mr. Doyle talked about a recent report, from the National Association of Sciences, calling for more stringent regulations on how alcohol is marketed and sold and increased taxes on alcohol. The report was part of an effort to curb underage drinking. Mr. Doyle admitted that underage drinking and drunk driving were problems in America, but criticized the report and its authors as neo-Prohibitionist. He said the real goal of the report was to reduce drinking by the general population. Mr. Doyle responded to audience telephone calls, faxes, and electronic mail. An American Beverage Institute commercial promoting responsible drinking was also shown. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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