L.A. Public Safety Committee Asks for Input on Alcohol Ad Ban

The L.A. Public Safety Committee recently requested input regarding the effectiveness of banning alcohol ads on public property, and how such restrictions could be put into place in the city. Such a ban would benefit the youth of L.A. and reduce alcohol-related public safety costs by reducing the amount of alcohol ads kids see, which would impact how much they drink and how early they start.  By continuing to allow alcohol producers to place ads on public property, the city contributes to underage drinking and related harm. It's time to tell the L.A. City Council Public Safety Committee that restricting alcohol ads on public property makes a difference. Click here to take action.