Alcohol Justice eNews: November 23, 2016
October 2022


Congress is deliberating allowing the US Postal Service to deliver alcohol to the doorstep.

TAKE ACTION NOW to tell them the postal service is not a tool of Big Alcohol.


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In this issue:

► As water supplies diminish throughout western North America, the U.S. thirst for Mexican beer leaves faucets coughing dust.

► 4 a.m. bar bill and alcohol-on-the-doorstep bills go down in defeat, but CA lawmakers keep pushing "anywhere, anytime, anyone" alcohol access laws.

► DOGHOUSE: Budweiser's big bet on the 2022 FIFA World Cup puts them squarely in the middle of exploitative and murderous labor practices.

► ...and more.


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2022 CA Alcohol Legislation Roundup:
AJ, CAPA play defense against deregulation and kill the 4 A.M. Bar Bill again, again, again


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Little Water and Big Alcohol:
How the U.S. thirst for Mexican beer channels precious water away from a desperately dry border


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DOGHOUSE: The Migrant Worker Graves Beneath Budweiser's 2022 World Cup Push


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The Liquor Bottle Label Battle:
Increasingly extremist industry messaging meets a growing push among medical experts to improve alcohol warning labels



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Alcohol Justice's statement on the Los Angeles City Council leaks



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Oregon, industry, harm, and the life-saving impact of sensible alcohol taxes
(New York Times)

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National conference recognizes work of AJ Advocacy Manager Mayra Jiménez
(Alcohol Justice)

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Do mixed messages to parents and mixed messages to kids create a culture of harmful youth alcohol use?
(Psychology Today)


Youth advocate presses for retail reform in San Rafael

Marin youth join San Rafael Alcohol and Drug Coalition to demand healthy stores

Help us hold Big Alcohol accountable for the harm its products cause.

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