A package of short briefs about alcohol regulation that arise during state legislative sessions or community meetings is available from the Campaign for a Healthy Alcohol Marketplace. It is designed for policy makers and others that need a short, straightforward explanation of regulatory issues.
Some of the titles are:
-- Why can’t alcohol be sold in a completely free market scenario?
-- What happened in countries that experimented with selling alcohol in a deregulated market?
-- Alcohol is a legal product, so why can’t it be sold like orange juice or any other legal product?
-- What does a good alcohol regulatory system look like?
-- Why are beer, wine and spirits regulated differently?
-- What is the problem with allowing more stores to sell alcohol?
A link to the briefs may be found under Issues Briefs on the Campaign's main web page.