According to Minnesota Public Radio, college students in St. Joseph, Minn. were surprised when three new laws went into effect in their town. The three are detailed in this report … Continue reading →
[Note from Editor: The Social Host Ordinance was passed by the Laguna Beach City Council despite vocal public opposition on December 4, 2012 and is currently in effect] Assistant District … Continue reading →
So many laws, so few results Thousand Oaks, California The need for objectivity Three steps to creating a successful SHO So many laws, so few results At last count, thousands … Continue reading →
This weekly roundup in underage drinking news leaves us with more questions than answers. Justin Bieber plays beer pong? Maybe our little boy singer is growing up and making mistakes, … Continue reading →
; NOTE: This article is reprinted from my new column on parenting in politics on examiner.com: Guilt-by-association may not be a valid way of judging someone’s guilt or innocence, but … Continue reading →
This article by Olga Enger is reprinted in full from today’s MiddletownPatch without editing. We want to know what you think given this scenario. Couple Cited for Serving Underage Guests at Farewell … Continue reading →
We wonder, doesn’t District Attorney Stephen M. Wagstaffe owe the Burnetts an apology?
On the last day of the session, Connecticut’s Senate passed a significant amendment to the state’s existing Social Host Law widening the list of prohibitions and strengthening the penalties if … Continue reading →