CQ Researcher. March 13, 1992, Vol. 2 Issue 10, p232, 2 p.
United States. Congress -- Social policy and Alcoholic beverages -- Advertising
One of the controversial issues related to underage drinking is the advertising of alcoholic beverages. Many feel that alcohol advertisements should include health warnings similar to those concerning cigarette smoking. The alcoholic beverage industry and advertising agencies contend, however, that their constitutional rights to free speech will be infringed upon. They also differ with the belief that alcohol advertising is the primary source of alcohol education.
Beverage World. Jan 15, 2007, Vol. 126 Issue 1, p12, 1 p.
Government regulation, United States. Congress -- Social policy, Alcoholic beverages -- Advertising, Alcoholic beverages -- Laws, regulations and rules, Beverage industry -- Advertising, and Beverage industry -- Laws, regulations and rules
Before the book was closed on the 109th Congress, the body managed to take care of some unfinished business in its lame duck session: It passed the Sober Truth on [...]