Project RAD Newsletters



Project RAD has made a concerted effort to make this newsletter consistent, pertinent and timely for its readers, which include community advocates, neighborhood groups, prosecutors, mayors, firefighters, addictions counselors, church support groups, legislators and media. From time to time, the distribution and delivery of the Project RAD newsletter may change. If you change email accounts, please re-subscribe in the sign-up box on this page.

 

Each volume contains 4-6 articles as well as headlines on alcohol issues and breaking news from around the country. Click on the "full issue" link to read the entire volume.

 

Vol. 162

Why do most Americans strongly support alcohol regulation?

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Vol. 161 California: Sacramento Stores Limiting Single-Serve Alcohol Sales In Experiment To Clean Up Streets full issue
Vol. 160 U.S.-Style Three Tier System Could Address Beverage Alcohol Challenges in U.K., WSWA Says full issue
Vol. 159 Indiana: IPFW hosts discussion on Lifeline Law full issue
Vol. 158 Wisconsin: Bill allowing bars to sue underage drinkers goes to Gov. Walker full issue
Vol. 157 Indiana: Purdue wages fight against high-risk drinking behavior on several levels full issue
Vol. 156 Lost in the Pond: A Comparison of British and American drinking habits full issue
Vol. 155 Minnesota: Alcohol education required for UMinn  freshmen full issue
Vol. 153 Why should we care about wholesale price restrictions for alcohol? full issue
Vol. 154 15-Plus Drinks A Night: Teenager binge At Dangerous Heights full issue
Vol. 152 Indiana: Butler students learn Red Cup Culture full issue
Vol. 151 Big Red Liquors plans to push awareness of ‘lifeline’ law full issue
Vol. 150 Indiana: Group asks: Even if more drinking boosts the economy, is it worth the cost? full issue
Vol. 149 Indiana: Carson Joins Fight Against Underage Drinking full issue
Vol. 148 Indiana: High school alcohol course funded full issue
Vol. 147 Pennsylvania: Will privatizing state stores drive up crime? full issue
Vol. 146 Washington: Issaquah police bust up ring of brazen liquor thieves full issue
Vol. 145 Alcohol is not Bread full issue
Vol. 144 Washington: Liquor theft rate rockets in Walla Walla full issue
Vol. 143 Pennsylvania: Corbett signs nearly $29 billion Pa. budget before deadline full issue
Vol. 142 U.S. kids start taking first sips of alcohol by age 8 full issue
Vol. 141 Georgia: ‘Drunkorexia’ combines binge drinking and not eating full issue
Vol. 140 Designated drivers often fail to abstain from drinking full issue
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Inhaling alcohol vapor puts you at risk of overdose full issue

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Indiana: Lifeline Law is valuable full issue
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Indiana: Ban on cold beer sales protects children full issue
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Specialized alcohol retail stores are the best option for public health and safety full issue
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Binge drinking in your 20s can trigger heart disease, as being young has no protective effect against alcohol full issue
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Global youth traffic safety month kicks off with state attorneys general PSAs in 17 states full issue
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Indiana: Purdue discusses student alcohol use full issue
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Connecticut: One year into Sunday alcohol sales, store owners largely unhappy with new law full issue
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Indiana: Campaign aims for prom night safety full issue
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America’s Beer Distributors Recognize National Alcohol Awareness Month full issue
Vol. 129 Pennsylvania: Local police chiefs worried about expanding booze sales, increasing enforcement duties full issue
Vol. 128 North Carolina: Plan for 3-ounce alcohol drink falls flat full issue

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Tennessee: Wine in grocery stores likely killed for the year by House committee full issue
Vol. 126 Project RAD Special Edition Newsletter: St. Patrick’s Day Message full issue
Vol. 125 Alarming facts about kids and alcohol full issue
Vol. 124 Indiana leads nation for increased traffic deaths involving 16- and 17-year-old drivers full issue
Vol. 123 Indiana: Arrests of minors with alcohol up 37 percent full issue
Vol. 122 Project RAD Special Edition Newsletter: Update: Senate Bill 566 full issue
Vol. 121 Push for Sunday alcohol sales comes up empty for 2013 full issue
Vol. 120 Project RAD Special Edition Newsletter: Testimony against Sunday alcohol sales full issue
Vol. 119 My View: Hoosiers don’t want expanded alcohol sales full issue
Vol. 118 Washington: Shoplifting incidents rise with liquor privatization full issue
Vol. 117 Project RAD Special Edition Newsletter: Sunday alcohol sales full issue
Vol. 116 Effects of binge drinking almost immediate full issue
Vol. 115 Parents' horror as new $35 device lets you INHALE alcohol goes on sale in U.S. full issue
Vol. 114 Tennessee: Police officials oppose proposal to expand wine sales to groceries full issue
Vol. 113 More than one in 10 teen drivers report driving under the influence on New Year's Eve full issue
Vol. 112 NY: Long Island counties moving toward enacting energy drink drinking age full issue
Vol. 111 Project RAD Newsletter – Special Edition full issue
Vol. 110 Youth who 'pre-party' more likely to have unprotected sex full issue
Vol. 109 Why teen drinking and driving has been cut in half in past 20 years full issue
Vol. 108 Effects of binge drinking may include brain impairment in just months full issue
Vol. 107 Teen drinking declining but still a big problem  full issue
Vol. 106 Finnish PSA shows effects of alcoholism through eyes of a child full issue
Vol. 105 North Carolina: Charlotte buses, trains put brakes on alcohol ads full issue
Vol. 104 D.C. pushes crackdown on underage alcohol sales full issue
Vol. 103 Canada: Liquor sales to minors decreasing full issue
Vol. 102 Binge drinking increases risk of cognitive decline full issue
Vol. 101 Teen smoking: First-time alcohol and drug use among teenagers flourishes in summer full issue
Vol. 100 Washington: High Booze Prices Hitting Bar Patrons in the Wallet full issue
Vol. 99 Washington: Buyer's Remorse Over End of State Stores as Liquor Prices Rise full issue
Vol. 97 Letter to the Editor: Sunday sales full issue
Vol. 96 Hand sanitizer: The new vodka for teens? full issue
Vol. 95 New York: Fight fizzling over grocery wine sales full issue
Vol. 94 Excise police to collect unwanted medicine full issue
Vol. 93 Four new members named to the National Advisory Council on Alcohol Abuse and  Alcoholism full issue
Vol. 92 Two alcohol bills set to reach governor’s desk this week full issue
Vol. 91 Free Resources from the Campaign for a Healthy Alcohol Marketplace full issue
Vol. 90 Children of Alcoholics Week is Observed Feb. 12-18 -- Here's How to Help full issue
Vol. 89 Cuomo: WIGS Out full issue
Vol. 88 Statehouse Leaders Say Sunday Sales Law Dead This Session full issue
Vol. 87 Indiana police step up drunken-driving patrols, sobriety checkpoints full issue
Vol. 86 The Upland Brewing Company Is NOT Sold on Sunday Sales Proposal full issue
Vol. 85 Purdue, IU students lobby for alcohol amnesty law full issue
Vol. 84 Warrick care coalition to steer students away from drugs, liquor full issue
Vol. 83 Coalition works to keep youth from alcohol, drugs full issue
Vol. 82 Costco's $22.5M for I-1183 is state record full issue
Vol. 81 Liquor initiative creates far more problems than it solves full issue
Vol. 80 New Rules for Alcohol Companies to Advertise and Market on Social Networks full issue
Vol. 79 Bars look to head off trouble with ID scanners full issue
Vol. 78 Is it time for colleges to tap the keg?  full issue
Vol. 77 Responsible alcohol consumption full issue
Vol. 76 Stores can require ID regardless of age full issue
Vol. 75 FREE Law Enforcement Training full issue
Vol. 74 Drug Free Marion County Announces 2012 Drug Free Community Fund Grant Availability full issue
Vol. 73 Drug Free Marion Cty Joins with Bar and Restaurant Association full issue
Vol. 72 Alcohol-related hospital admissions reach record level [in England]
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Vol. 71 Alcoholic Beverages Target Young Drinkers full issue
Vol. 70 IN Senator Nukes Mandatory Carding full issue
Vol. 69 The Never-Ending Lobby full issue
Vol. 68 Survey: Americans Want Alcohol Regulations full issue
Vol. 67 Good Deeds Deserve Recognition full issue
Vol. 66 Indianapolis Star Weighs in on Mandatory Carding full issue
Vol. 65 State Confirms: Mandatory Carding Works full issue
Vol. 64 Unbeatable Price: $10 Advocacy Workshop full issue
Vol. 63 The Power of YouTube full issue
Vol. 62 Find Every Issue of RAD Online full issue
Vol. 61 Do Hoosier Voices Count? full issue
Vol. 60 ATC Public Records Analysis: 2,616 Pages full issue
Vol. 59 The Real Conversation About Alcohol full issue
Vol. 58 Cheaper Than Gum Beer: Colbert full issue
Vol. 57 Too Much Skin; Too Much Alcohol full issue
Vol. 56 One Senator's Take on Alcohol full issue
Vol. 55 Cheap Beer in a Poor Neighborhood full issue
Vol. 54 Why Mandatory Carding Works in Indiana full issue
Vol. 53 Young People at Risk for New Year's Eve Parties full issue
Vol. 52 Why Neighborhood Voices Don't Count full issue
Vol. 51 National Group Influencing Indiana Alcohol Debate full issue
Vol. 50 Sen. Phil Boots: Owning his Hometown Media full issue
Vol. 49 Déjà Vu: Push for Sunday Alcohol Sales is Repeated full issue
Vol. 48 Be Safe on Thanksgiving full issue
Vol. 47 Project RAD White Paper: Analysis of ATC Permit Reviews full issue
Vol. 46 Gas and Alcohol: The new Indiana Cocktail full issue
Vol. 45 Butler Update: A Campus in Control full issue
Vol. 44 Join Project RAD on Facebook full issue
Vol. 43 Evidence: Mandatory Carding Works in Tippecanoe County full issue
Vol. 42 Communities Can Stop Underage Drinking full issue
Vol. 41 Indy Ranks 6th in the Nation for Drunk Driving Offenders  full issue
Vol. 40 Video Spotlight on First Social Host Ordinance in Indiana full issue
Vol. 39 Death on IU Campus: Students Speak full issue
Vol. 38 RAD Readers Respond to Statewide Survey full issue
Vol. 37 Hazing Resources - Latest Webinar Series full issue
Vol. 36 State Police Conduct DUI Crackdown full issue
Vol. 34 Walgreens Permits Up For Approval In Marion County full issue
Vol. 35 A Tragedy of Large Proportion full issue
Vol. 33 Underage Drinking Spikes with New Walmart full issue
Vol. 32 Kroger Leading Sunday Alcohol Sales Movement full issue
Vol. 31 Would You Report an Underage Drinking Party? full issue
Vol. 30 Alcohol Polls in Indiana: Weigh In full issue
Vol. 29 Kroger Pushes for Sunday Alcohol Sales in Indiana full issue
Vol. 28 City Officials Settle Over Recovery Group Home full issue
Vol. 27 Marion County Alcohol Board Ignores Remonstrators full issue
Vol. 26 Mixed Editorials on Mandatory Carding full issue
Vol. 25 RAD Spotlight: Outside The Classroom full issue
Vol. 24 Survey Shows Little Support for Alcohol Deregulation full issue
Vol. 23 State Toxicology Chief Resigns full issue
Vol. 22 ISU Approves Tough Alcohol Sanctions full issue
Vol. 21 One Woman's Story: When Alcohol is too Accessible full issue
Vol. 20 April 28 is Lose the Booze Day full issue
Vol. 19 Death of a Promising Indiana Star full issue
Vol. 18 Marion County Crime Reports: Checking Walgreens full issue
Vol. 17 Drug Free Groups Continue to Protest Walgreens Permits full issue
Vol. 16 State Senator Asks to Hear from Real Hoosiers full issue
Vol. 15 IABR Launches Alcohol Server Training Statewide full issue
Vol. 14 Meet our Newest RAD Member! full issue
Vol. 13 Mandatory Carding in Indiana Now a Reality full issue
Vol. 12 IU Profs Making National News with Alcohol Research full issue
Vol. 11 Project RAD: Who Are We and What Do We Do? full issue
Vol. 10 Maryland Senator Nixes Bill Allowing Direct Wine Shipments full issue
Vol. 9 A City Councilman's Thoughts on Selling Alcohol Responsibly full issue
Vol. 8 A Hoosier Take on Youth Alcohol Abuse full issue
Vol. 7 Did you Know? American Attitudes on Alcohol Regulation full issue
Vol. 6 RAD Opinion: Mandatory Carding or Voluntary Carding? full issue
Vol. 5 Omnibus Alcohol Bill Filed by Crawfordsville Senator full issue
Vol. 4 Good News: Traffic Deaths in Indiana at an 84-Year Low full issue
Vol. 3 Walgreens Expanding its Alcohol Sales Base in Indiana full issue
Vol. 2 Lawmakers on Video: Votes Totaled on Alcohol Issues full issue
Vol. 1 Project RAD's New Look; New Partners full issue