Opinion: State’s Liquor Revenue Should Help Fund Addiction Programs

The chairman of Governor Hassan’s Commission on Alcohol argues a state that aggressively markets alcohol to its citizens has a responsibility to fund prevention services. A law requiring a portion of the state’s profits from liquor sales fund prevention services has been suspended annually since its inception.

You have 2 stories left before being redirected to Clickshare to login or register. New Hampshire alcohol revenue comes with high costs New Hampshire sells more alcohol per capita than any other state in the country and is proud of it.

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