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Addressing underage drinking is a state priority.




Policy Guidance

Provided by the CDC:

  • Regulation of Alcohol Outlet Density
    Alcohol outlet density refers to the number and concentration of alcohol retailers (such as bars, restaurants, liquor stores) in an area.
  • Increasing Alcohol Taxes
    Alcohol taxes may include excise, ad valorem, or sales taxes, all of which affect the price of alcohol. Taxes can be levied at the federal, state, or local level on beer, wine or distilled spirits.
  • Dram Shop Liabilit
    Dram shop liability, also known as commercial host liability, refers to laws that hold alcohol retail establishments liable for injuries or harms caused by illegal service to intoxicated or underage customers.
  • Maintaining Limits on Days of Sale
    States or communities may limit the days that alcohol can legally be sold or served.
  • Maintaining Limits on Hours of Sale
    States or communities may limit the hours that alcohol can legally be sold or served.
  • Electronic Screening and Brief Intervention (e-SBI)
    e-SBI uses electronic devices (e.g., computers, telephones, or mobile devices) to facilitate delivery of key elements of traditional screening and brief interventions. At a minimum, e-SBI involves screening individuals for excessive drinking, and delivering a brief intervention, which provides personalized feedback about the risks and consequences of excessive drinking.
  • Enhanced Enforcement of Laws Prohibiting Sales To Minors
    An enhanced enforcement program initiates or increases compliance checks at alcohol retailers (such as bars, restaurants, and liquor stores).



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Youth Substance Use and Mental Health by Health Assessment & Evaluation

Reporting provided by Clark County Public Health