The battle to allow supermarkets in the Garden State to sell liquor and beer has been a long one and it is continues as 2015 comes to a close. Supporters said it would give consumer greater convenience and more options. Opponents said it would drive mom and pop liquor shops out of business.
A school board meeting this week was greeted by a number of furious parents in Bergen County, where the Northern Valley Regional High School District is proposing random drug and alcohol testing for students.
The idea of using a designated driver for a group night of hearty partying is pretty standard, but a new report in the July issue of The Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs casts a shadow of doubt on some of those drivers.
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