Public Supports Strong Alcohol Policies

Highlights survey results from the Center for Alcohol Policy about the current alcohol regulatory system. The survey finds the public is more likely to support stronger policies in some areas and that there is no evidence of general dissatisfaction with alcohol regulations or shopping experiences. The report uses recent survey data to identify public attitudes toward alcohol regulation including proposed changes.

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