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"Learn the Law: How Does Your State Prevent Underage Drinking?" Series

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Alcohol remains the number one substance used by young people. These 24 legal policy summaries allow you to track how your state regulates underage drinking as compared to other states in order to help inform your prevention work.

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PEP21-03-00-001
Publication Date
July 2021
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