Tagged: Availability

NEWS: Uruguay: Drafting Alcohol Regulation

The government in Uruguay is drafting a bill to better regulate alcohol. The alcohol industry is set to be subjected to new retail and marketing restrictions. Uruguay’s President Tabare Vazquez has announced his plans to present a “holistic law” to tackle the nation’s rising alcohol problems…

NEWS: New York: No Alcohol In Cinemas

A plan to permit cinemas in New York state to seek a license to serve alcohol seems to be stalled. Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo pursued the plan, claiming allowing theaters to serve alcohol would be a boon to both theaters and the state’s burgeoning craft beverage industry. For years, Gov. Cuomo has been pursuing alcohol-industry friendly moves to make alcohol even more available in New York state, despite the evidence of alcohol harm being linked to greater availability…

NEWS: Gujarat: New Alcohol Policy Rules

The Gujarat government has issued new rules for the newly adopted stringent prohibition law with provision of up to ten years jail for manufacturing, purchase, sale and transportation of liquor in the dry state…

NEWS: Lithuania: Parliament Passes Alcohol Policy Measures

The Parliament of the Republic of Lithuania (Seimas) adopted amendments to the Law on Alcohol on June 1, 2017. The new alcohol policy measures raise the legal age for alcohol use, restrict hours of alcohol sales and ban alcohol advertising…

BLOG: Alcohol Industry Wreaking Havoc Around Zimbabwe

Other people I spoke to are of the opinion that the authorities are deliberately turning a blind eye to the proliferation of both legal and illegal alcohol outlets in an attempt to shock absorb the frustration and discontent resulting from the increasing economic hardships…

NEWS: San Francisco: Community Partnership For Alcohol Control

University of California San Francisco (UCSF) has worked strategically with community partners in the San Francisco Health Improvement Partnership (SFHIP) to enact high-impact policies, such as banning sugar-sweetened beverages from hospitals, to improve public health and reduce health inequities in the city, according to a new study…