Alcohol Justice in the News

Alcohol Justice in the News

Many news outlets frequently use research, quotes, and opinions from Alcohol Justice, Youth For Justice, California Alcohol Policy Alliance (CAPA), and the Los Angeles Drug and Alcohol Policy Alliance (L.A.DAPA)

San Rafael nonprofit holds camp to empower youths
The Marin Independent Journal
April 11, 2024

Urgent Call to Update California's Alcohol Tax: A Solution for CSU's Funding Crisis

BNN-The People's Network
February 29, 2024

Tiburon Plans Little League

The Ark
February 14, 2024

Youth for Justice Big Game Watch Party at KARMA Club in San Rafael
KGO-TV 7 (ABC) San Francisco, CA
February 9 & 10, 2024

San Rafael’s Karma Club devoted to shared mission
Marin Independent Journal
January 12, 2024

Former student lauds creation of ‘Karma Club’
Marin Independent Journal
January 11, 2024

What Happened To Mountain Dew's DEWshine?
November 19, 2023

Marin Community Foundation announces major changes
Marin Independent Journal
September 16, 2023

This Is Your Brain on a Lime ‘Rita Chiller — How BuzzBallz Won the Hearts, Minds, and Wallets of Americans, $3.50 at a Time
Good Beer Hunting

August 29, 2023

‘Unforgivable That it Would Sell Students to Budweiser For Pocket Change’: Controversial Bill Seeks to Legalize Booze Ads Targeted at Minors in This State
Whisky Raiders

August 28, 2023

Entertainment enhancements sail through California Assembly committee
Courthouse News Service
July 12, 2023

Marin Voice: Alcohol Justice firmly against proposal allowing ads on campuses
Marin Independent Journal
July 5, 2023

Is it time for California to increase alcohol taxes?
April 26, 2023

Walmart Yanks Universe Of Play From Roblox After Complaints About Deceptive Marketing
Media Post
April 4, 2023

No Alcohol, No Problem. A New Generation Embraces NA Beer
American Brewer
February/March, 2023

Wisconsin Governor Wants to Keep Bars Open Until 4 a.m. During Next Year's Republican National Convention

WLUK (FOX) 11 TV, Greenbay, WI
February 28/March 1, 2023

Why do young people consume alcohol? Is imbibing an individual, social, cultural or economic matter, or a combination? Do you think that campaigns for drinking in moderation are doomed to fail with some drinkers?
Cliff Notes
February 11, 2023

A ‘Truly’ fair tax structure? Washington eyes lowering fees for booming canned cocktail industry

 The Spokesman-Review
February 3, 2023

Marin health nonprofit gets $1M state grant to aid youths
Marin Independent Journal
January 20, 2023

California youth advocacy group receives $1 million grant
Al Día News
January 9, 2023
En español

Beer-soda brand collabs must follow new marketing rules
Crains Chicago Business
January 3, 2023

Advocates Urge Congress To Reject Alcohol Model For Marijuana Regulations, Criticizing Tobacco-Funded Group’s Hearing Participation
Marijuana Moment
November 15, 2022

Environmental/ethical/spiritual costs of Northern California wine industry
Agusta Free Press
September 19, 2022

Alcohol Warning Labels Need an Update, Researchers Say
September 1, 2022

California Bill to Extend Bar Closing Times to 4 a.m. Fails
The Epoch TImes
August 29, 2022

Bill to allow later alcohol sales defeated in Assembly
Antelope Valley Press
August 26, 2022

Last call for SB930, California bill aimed at allowing bars to stay open until 4 a.m. fails to pass
South Lake Tahoe News
August 25, 2022

The Cost of Imbalance

Healthy Alcohol Marketplace
August 24, 2022

Bars look to extend closing time as COVID relief
Spectrum News 1 - Los Angeles
August 23, 2022

State Capitol: Extending Bar Hours
KTLA-TV 5, Los Angeles
August 10, 2022

NELA city councilmembers oppose Sacramento’s latest drive to keep bars open until 4 a.m.
Boulevard Sentinel
August 9, 2022

Safety concerns prompt LA City Council to oppose 4 a.m. bar bill
Hey Socal, City News Service Inc.
August 5, 2022

Los Angeles Rally to STOP SB 930 – 4 a.m. Bar Bill in Southern California
Los Angeles City Council Opposition Resolution to be Introduced

KNX-FM/AM Radio, Los Angeles, California
July 27, 2022

Party On! Fresno Takes Another Shot at Keeping Bars, Nightclubs Open Later
July 20, 2022

Longer bar hours, certified bartenders: Changes worth a shot?
KCRW-FM, Public Broadcasting, Los Angeles, California
July 7, 2022

Southern California's Nightlife Is About To Change In A Big Way
Tasting Table
July 4, 2022

West Hollywood and Palm Springs Extend Last Call for Alcohol to 4 A.M.

July 1, 2022

Alcohol Justice opposes SB 846 - California law allowing the sale of to go alcoholic beverages

KCRW-FM, Public Broadcasting, Los Angeles, California
June 27, 2022

California looks to sign the sale of to-go cocktails into law

90.9 FM Sacramento | 90.5 FM Tahoe/Reno | 91.3 FM Stockton/Modesto | 88.1 FM Quincy
June 23, 2022

Alcohol Justice opposes SB 846 - California law allowing the sale of to go alcoholic beverages
KPBS-FM, San Diego, California
June 23, 2022

Alcohol Justice opposes SB 930 - Wiener's 4 a.m. Bar Bill

KPIX-TV, San Francisco, California
June 13, 2022

Jack and Coke Marks Soft Drink Giant's Latest Alcoholic Entry
Media Post-Marketing Daily
June 13, 2022

California bar bill to extend last call to 4 a.m. introduced for fourth time
San Francisco Business Times
Juine 9, 2022

Senator Wiener Wants to Push Last Call to 4 a.m., Alcohol Justice Objects
KPCC-FM, Los Angeles, California
June 6, 2022

California State Senator Proposes Bill to Extend Last Call in Some Cities
NBC-TV San Francisco Bay Area
June 3, 2022

Provisional liquor license program for restaurants approved in 3 council districts
CBS-TV - KCAL 9, Los Angeles, CA
May 25, 2022

Little League to Mark Opening Day with Parade and Block Party
The Ark
February 23, 2022

New Law Will Make it Easier for Restaurants to Serve Alcohol
Random Length News
February 21, 2022

The alcohol industry's involvement with road safety NGOs
Globalization and Health
February 15, 2022

CA: New Law Makes It Easier For LA Restaurants to Get Alcohol Licenses
KCAL-TV. Channel 2, Los Angeles
February 10, 2022

'Family Affair's' Johnny Whitaker's Family Threatened to 'Divorce' Him after He Became Penniless
Amo Mama
January 25, 2022

New Bill Would Change Alcohol Rules
KCRA-TV, Channel 3, Sacramento, CA
January 18, 2022

Marin Voice: Parent modeling in the spotlight for ‘Raise the Bar’ initiative
Marin Independent Journal

November 18, 2021

Cutting America Off — The Controversial Researcher Reshaping Our Drinking Habits
November 18, 2021

Livermore council postpones final vote on wine heritage district
Pleasanton Weekly

November 16, 2021

Marin Voice: Alcohol Justice program keeps historic ties to Canal strong
Marin Independent Journal
October 31, 2021

Spirits industry pushes for states to lower state taxes on canned cocktails to compete with beer and hard seltzer 
October 20, 2021

To Save Bars and Restaurants, California Extends Relaxed Booze Rules
October 16, 2021

Sonoma County brewery in major legal battle with wholesaler amid competition concerns in $9 billion California beer market

The Press Democrat

October 8, 2021

Marin Voice: Alcohol ads teach teens lessons no one should have to learn
Marin Independent Journal

September 26, 2021

Alcohol Can Cause Cancer – So Why Don't Beer, Wine, Whiskey and Other Booze Labels Warn Us?

August 30, 2021

Marin County moves to ban smoking in multi-unit residences

Marin Independent Journal
August 18, 2021

Power Dynamics — Biden’s Executive Order on Anti-Competitive Practices Puts Big Beer Under Scrutiny
August 5, 2021

Mexicali Resiste Activist vs. Constellation Brands: Activists Demand Water Rights and Freedom
Wine Industry Advisor
August 5, 2021

Alcohol Justice's Mike Scippa Comments on Opposing AB 61 (Gabriel, D-Encino)
Harm Reduction vs. Extended COVID Alcohol Deregulation (Part 2)
KNX 1070 AM (CBS) Los Angeles News & Talk Station
July 15, 2021

Alcohol Justice's Mike Scippa Comments on Opposing AB 61 (Gabriel, D-Encino)
Harm Reduction vs. Extended COVID Alcohol Deregulation (Part 1)
KNX 1070 AM (CBS) Los Angeles News & Talk Station
July 15, 2021

Pennsylvania isn’t the only state to consider extending last call. Here are the commonwealth’s laws and why science says they should stay that way
 Morning Call
June 22, 2021

Marin Community Foundation names new leader
Marin Independent Journal
June 18, 2021

Outdoor dining, to-go drinks could be here to stay in Napa Valley and statewide
Napa Valley Register
June 17, 2021

Alcohol Justice says Anheuser-Busch’s White House-approved free-beer-for-a-vaccination campaign is a data collection scheme      
Craft Brewing Business
June 8, 2021

California extends outdoor dining, to-go drinks
Santa Cruz Sentinel
June 7, 2021

Outdoor dining, to-go drinks could be here to stay
Times Herald
June 3, 2021

Business Pandemic Relief Bill, Lawmaker to Debate 3rd Party Alcohol Delivery  in California
KCRA-TV, Channel 3, NBC, Sacramento, CA
April 22, 2021

Worry over outdoor advertising of cannabis
San Francisco Chronicle
April 8, 2021

Why Alcohol Sucks So Much with Carson Benowitz-Fredericks
Sober Company Podcast
January 17, 2021

Sonoma County wine industry benefits from new federal guidelines over alcohol use
Santa Rosa Press Democrat
December 29, 2020

Alcohol Justice watch group wants Anheuser-Busch investigated for monopolizing California’s beer distribution system
Craft Brewing Business
December 16, 2020

Ride-Sharing Like Uber and Lyft Fuels Binge Alcohol Use
Movendi International - Policy News
December 11, 2020

Required Taste: Understanding the influence of alcohol and society's perceptions of it
UCLA Bruin
November 24, 2020

Alcohol needs to carry a cancer warning, public health groups urge government
October 22, 2020

Marin Independent Journal
October 17, 2020   

YOUTH GETTING INVOLVED: The 7th Annual Youth for Justice Summer Academy

Marin Independent Journal
October 8, 2020

San Rafael board approves temporary homeless shelter
Marin Independent Journal
October 2, 2020

The Future of Powdered Alcohol
Faith Seeking Understanding

September 4, 2020

It's Me Again — COVID-Era Anxieties Revive Neo-Prohibitionist Calls for Stricter Alcohol Regulation
Good Beer Hunting - Sightlines
August 13, 2020

North Coast wineries grapple with proposed US health guidelines to curb alcohol use for men
The Press Democrat, Santa Rosa, California

August 2, 2020

Healdsburg and Windsor ease downtown alcohol rules to help local restaurants
The Press Democrat, Santa Rosa, California
July 25, 2020

Statewide Survey Shows Youth-Attractive Alcopops Throughout Marin (Part 2)
KCBS-FM, San Francisco, California
July 7, 2020

Statewide Survey Shows Youth-Attractive Alcopops Throughout Marin (Part 1)
KCBS-FM, San Francisco, California
July 7, 2020

Survey: Marin youth exposure to alcohol, tobacco ads rising
Marin Independent Journal
July 5, 2020

Marin Voice: Relaxing rules on alcohol consumption during the pandemic is harmful
Marin Independent Journal
July 4, 2020

Alcohol To-Go Raises Concerns

Boulevard Sentinel
April 30, 2020

Mexicali Battles Constellation Brands for Water Over Beer
KPFA-FM, San Francisco, California
March 22, 2020

UC Davis student-made wines could soon be on the market thanks to this California Senate Bill
The California Aggie
March 2, 2020

Marin, why are you drinking so much?
Marin Independent Journal
February 17, 2020

Teeing Up Another Vote to Keep Bars Open Later
Boulevard Sentinel
February, 1, 2020

Day One's Project Sticker Shock Targets Super Bowl Weekend

Pasadena Now
January 31, 2020

Lucha Por El Derecho Al Agua En Mexicali
Dia a Dia
January 27, 2020

America's Favorite Poison
The Atlantic
January 14, 2020

Why Big Alcohol Doesn't Need a Tax Break
KHOG-TV (ABC), Fayettville, Arkansas
January 3, 2020

Marin alcohol watchdog targets Mexico gender violence
Marin Independent Journal
January 1, 2020

From athlete to advocate, [Alcohol Justice Board Member] Ruthie Bolton has always worked for women and children
KNBN-TV (NBC), Rapid City, South Dakota
December 23, 2019

A plan to ban liquor stores in neighborhoods that have too many
University Times
November 13, 2019

L.A. DAPA New Research Shows 80% Of City Of Los Angeles Overcrowded With Alcohol Related Businesses
New Data Released as Community Organizations Press City Council to Take Action on Alcohol Density
Half Moon Bay Review
October 22, 2019

Los Angeles, una ciudad ahogada en alcohol
Una nueva investigación muestra que 80% de la urbe se encuentra abarrotada de negocios relacionados con el consumo de bebidas alcoholicas.
El Editor
October 29, 2019

Coalition's Report Finds Alcohol-Serving Businesses 'Saturate' Los Angeles
MyNews LA
October 22, 2019

California legislators vote against 3am last orders
The Spirits Business
September 16, 2019

Keep California Bars Open Later: State Assembly Rejects Bill
The so-called "Last Call Bill", otherwise known as SB 58, was rejected by the California State Assembly.
The Patch
September 16, 2019

Half the poison is still poison. Fight the 3 a.m. bar bill.
San Francisco Examiner
September 10, 2019

Keep Bars Open Later in California: Debate Over 'Last Call Bill'
Patch, San Ramon, California
August 30, 2019

City Council Votes to Oppose 4 a.m. Last Call at Bars in L.A.
Los Angeles Magazine
August 27, 2019

Los Angeles City Council Votes 10-2 to Oppose SB 58 - Wiener's 4 a.m. Bar Bill
KNX Radio, Los Angeles, California
August 27, 2019

The 4 a.m. bar-closing bill would be bad for Oakland
San Francisco Chronicle
August 16, 2019

San Rafael summer campers tackle weighty social issues
Marin Independent Journal
August 6, 2019
Beer law taps sentiment for reducing regulations
The Press-Enterprise
July 19, 2019

Adolescencia, Alcohol, Ayuda y Abogacía
Cuerpo Corazón Comunidad
3 de julio de 2019

Bill could make bars 24-hour establishments
Antelope Valley News
June 30, 2019

Protestan propuesta de extender el horario para servir alcohol
La Opinión
28 de Junio 2019

Last call at 4? California could extend bar hours in LA, San Francisco and other cities
USA Today
June 20, 2019

Wiener's Gut-and-Amend Tactics: Will They Return with SB 50?
City Watch, Los Angeles
June 13, 2019

California should not extend bar hours to 4 a.m.
Los Angeles Blade
May 30, 2019

Bar closing time
May 24, 2019

Councilman voices opposition to bill extending drinking hours
May 15, 2019

California’s zombie 4 a.m. bar bill lacks justification

San Francisco Examiner
May 4, 2019

Los Angeles City Councilmember Koretz Introduces Resoultion Opposing SB 58 - Wiener's 4 a.m. Bar Bill
KABC-TV, Los Angeles, California
May 4, 2019 

Battle Rages Over Bill Extending LA's Last Call To 4 A.M.
One Los Angeles City Councilman is leading the opposition to a bill that would allow the party to go on until 4 a.m. at LA bars and clubs.
California Newswire Services (PATCH), May 3, 2019

Supervisors freeze out Museum of Ice Cream bar proposal

No wine-filled sundaes after company’s second attempt to get a liquor permit is rejected
San Francisco Examiner, April 24, 2019

Editorial: California should lower DUI alcohol level to .05 percent
Liam’s Law would make state’s streets and highways safer for everyone
The Mercury News, March 29, 2019

California Pours Over Late-Night Drinking Bill
The Business Journal, March 22, 2019

Should last call for booze in California be changed to 4 a.m.?  WDEL's Andrew Sgroi has an extended conversation with Michael Scippa from Alcohol Justice (Part 3)
WDEL News Radio,  Wilmington, DE, March 13, 2019

New standard for sobriety?
San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco, California March 11, 2019

LA City Councilman Introduces Resolution Against Extending Alcohol Sales to 4 A.M.

NBC-TV, Los Angeles, California, March 5, 2019

NorthBay Biz, February, 19, 2019

San Diego Opposition to SB 58 - Legislation to Extend California Bar Service Hours to 4 A.M.

KUSI-TV, San Diego, California, February 15, 2019

Craft Tax Cuts Big Business a Big Break

Wine-Searcher, February 15, 2019

Moving bar closing time to 4 am remains an open question for Californians (short version)
Alcohol Justice's Michael Scippa comments on SB 58

KABC-Radio, Los Angeles, California, December 27, 2018

Moving bar closing time to 4 am remains an open question for Californians (full interview)
Alcohol Justice's Michael Scippa comments on SB 58

-Radio, Los Angeles, California, December 27, 2018

California senator pushes for 4 a.m. bar closing time -- again
KTVU-TV, Fox 2, Oakland, California, December 18, 2018

Scott Wiener to push for 4 a.m. SF, Oakland bar closures for third time
San Francisco Chronicle, December 18, 2018

Whittier ponders: How late should Uptown restaurants be allowed to remain open?
Whittier Daily News, November 26, 2018

Novato Safeway's liquor license suspended after underage drinking stingpdf
Marin IJ, October 19, 2018

California Governor Vetoes Late Night Bar Bill
Law360, October 1, 2018

No 4 a.m. last call for SF or Oakland: Brown vetoes bill to extend bar hours
San Francisco Chronicle, September 28, 2018

Governor Vetoes SB 905 (4 a.m. bar bill)
Long Beach Report, September 28, 2018

Bills to ban Cow Palace gun shows, extend bar hours vetoed by Brown
San Francisco Chronicle, September 28, 2018

Gov. Brown Vetoes Bill To Extend Alcohol Service To 4AM
Channels 2 & 9, CBS, Los Angeles, September 28, 2018

California lawmakers pass bill to allow 4 a.m. last call
KXTV, Channel 10, Sacramento, September 2, 2018

4 a.m. Last Call Will Lead to Increased Alcohol Consumption and Increased Alcohol-Related Harm
KCBS Radio, San Francisco, August 31, 2018

Alcohol Justice's Sara Cooley on the Dangers of SB 905
KUSI-TV, Channel 18/51, San Diego, August 31, 2018

Assembly approves 4 a.m. Bar Bill That Includes Long Beach..., August 29, 2018

Bill to let San Francisco and Oakland test 4 a.m. closing time for bars clears Assembly
SFGate/San Francisco Chronicle, August 29, 2018

Last Call for Alcohol at 4 a.m.? The Bill Just Got One Step Closer to Law
KOVR-TV, Channel 13 (CBS), Sacramento, August 29, 2018

Should California's Last Call be at 4 a.m.?
The Pride LA, August 18, 2018

4 a.m. Bar/Alcohol Serving Bill -- With LB Included As A Result Of Action By Mayor Garcia, August 13, 2018

Should California Extend Hours of Sale for Alcoholic Beverages?
"Air Talk with Larry Mantle, KPCC-FM, Los Angeles, CA August 10, 2018

Opponents to 4 a.m. Bar Bill Speak Out at City Hall
Park LaBrea News Beverely Press, August 8, 2018

AJ's Michael Scippa Comments on Why SB 905 is Bad Policy for California (Part 1)
KFBK-AM Radio, Sacramento, CA, August 7, 2018

AJ's Michael Scippa Comments on Why SB 905 is Bad Policy for California (Part 2)
KFBK-AM Radio, Sacramento, CA, August 7, 2018

Brown: Utah’s Notorious Alcohol Laws Are Keeping You Safe
The Daily Utah Chronicle, July 25, 2018

Alcohol abuse opponents decry progress of SB 905
Imperial Valley Press, July 12, 2018

SB 905 - California 4 a.m. bar bill - would extend harm throughout state
Bartenders think it's a bad idea.

KCBS-AM Radio, San Francisco, CA, July 7, 2018

Opposition increases to bill that would extend last call in California
KABC-AM Radio, Los Angeles, CA, July 6, 2018

Closing Time Could Get Pushed To 4 am In Sacramento, 6 Other Cities
CBS, Sacramento, CA, June 29, 2018

Alcohol Justice and CAPA: Blockbuster Reports Destroy Arguments to Extend California Last Call to 4 a.m.
BioMed Reports, June 23, 2018

CA Law Extending Last Call To 4 A.M. On Tap At State Legislature
Senate Bill 905 has passed the state Senate as a pilot program proposed for San Francisco, Los Angeles, Oakland and other California cities.

Patch, Martinez, CA, June 2, 2018

Bill That Would Extend Bar Closing Time to 4am in Los Angeles & San Francisco Passes California Senate
GDE, June 1, 2018

New 4 a.m. Last Call Bill Clears California State Senate
The bill would launch a pilot program in certain California Cities
Eater, San Francisco, June 1, 2018

Last Call for Alcohol: 4AM Bar Bill Passes California State Senate

KQED, San Francisco, May 30, 2018 

Alcohol industry pushes lawmakers to uncork excise tax relief
The Hill, May 16, 2018

How the Booze Lobby Has Helped Kill a Law That Would Save 1,800 Lives Every Year
Mother Jones, May 11, 2018

DJ Khaled Alcohol Endorsements Exposed, Says TINA
Watchdog group call out hip-hop producer for failing to disclose connection to several brands

HMondaq, April 27, 2018

Public Health Advocates Call on NIH to Pull the Plug on Industry-Funded Alcohol Study
Mother Jones, April 26, 2018

WeHo Testifies in Support of Extended Bar Hours Bill, Which is Put on Hold in State Legislature
WEHOville, April 16, 2018

DJ Khaled's Vodka-Soaked Snapchat Posts 'Violate Federal Law'
The Drinks Business, April 16, 2018

4 a.m. Bar Closing Bill Moved To State Senate Appropriations Committee "Suspense" File,
Further Committee Vote Needed To Advance To Senate Floor, April 16, 2018

DJ Khaled under fire for 'deceptive' alcohol advertising
The Spirits Business, April 13, 2018

Did drinking give me breast cancer?
Mother Jones, May/June 2018

DJ Kahled under fire for alcohol-sponsored social media posts
FOX NEWS, April 10, 2018

DJ Khaled's Snapchat Sobers Up
Groups Challenge Deceptive Influencer Marketing of Alcohol

Market Insider, April 9, 2018

Controversia por venta de alcohol hasta las 4: a.m.
La Opinión, Matres 13 Marzo 2018

Opponents of Extended Bar Hours Make Their Case at a Community Meeting
WEHOville, March 12, 2018

Locals concerned over bill that would extend bar closing times to 4am
ABC-TV, Channel 7, Los Angeles, March 8, 2018

Craft beverage groups say law change will lead to new hires, greater growth
WISBUSINESS.COM, February 27, 2018

Why California's cannabis taxes are much more than wine and beer, but less than cigarettes
The Mercury News, San Jose, February 12, 2017

San Rafael to Launch 90-day public review on district elections
MarinIJ, February 2, 2018

Wiener's New 4 a.m. Bar Bill is Bad for California Public Health & Safety
KNX-1070, Newsradio, Los Angeles, January 20, 2018

Year of the Tax Cut Helps Brewers
VA Growler, January 15, 2018

Fabricantes y vendedores de licores ya pueden dar en California transporte gratis a clientes
La Opinión, January 2, 2018

New California law allows beer sellers to pay for drunken people's taxi home
Independent, December 28, 2017

New Law: Beer makers can give drinkers a ride home
ABC-TV, San Francisco, CA, December 26, 2017

New Law Will Cut Cost Of Ride Home From Bar, But Not In Time For New Year's Eve
CBS-TV, Sacramento, CA, December 25, 2017 

Too drunk to drive? New California law could give you a free ride
The Sacramento Bee, December 25, 2017

North Coast wineries, breweries, distilleries, benefit under GOP tax package

Santa Rosa Press Democrat, December 16, 2017

Congress may cut taxes on beer, wine, liquor this month
Citizen Times, Asheville, NC, December 11, 2017

As U.S. Senate Considers Tax Bill, Wineries Seek a Break
Wine Spectator, November 30, 2017

WeHo May Become One of Six Cities Where Bars Can Pour Until Four
WEHOville, November 29, 2017

Alcohol Justice's Bruce Lee Livingston Comments on the Reintroduction of the 4 a.m. Bar Bill

KCBS-Radio, San Francisco, November 29, 2017

Laying Down the Distribution Law
Wine-Searcher, November 29, 2017

Bill Aims to Extend Bar Hours in Select California Cities
KTXL-TV, Channel 40, Sacramento / Associated Press, November 29, 2017

L.A. Could See Legal After-Hours Alcohol at Bars and Clubs Under New Proposal
LA Weekly, November 29, 2017

Alcohol Justice's Bruce Lee Livingston Comments on the Reintroduction of the 4 a.m. Bar Bill

KCBS-Radio, San Francisco, November 28, 2017

Will Sacramento bars stay open until 4 a.m.? They have that option if bill passes
The Sacramento Bee, November 28, 2017

Wiener reintroduces bill to extend Califiornia nightlife
San Francisco Chronicle, November 28, 2017

Senate Tax Bill Gains Steam as Alcohol Industry Watchdogs Cry Foul
Brewbound, November 22, 2017

Senate Poised to Take-up Tax Reform Next Week, Proposal Could Provide the Alcohol Industry with Ridiculously Low Taxes
Christian Action League, November 21, 2017

Cut, Color and Chardonnay?
National Council of State Legislatures Magazine, December, 2017

Gas station booze sales boost L.A. drunken driving? Ya think?
My News, October 11, 2017

Shocking New Study: 'Half of Us Who Drink, Drink Excessively'...LA Needs the Tools to Protect Its Neighborhoods
CityWatch Los Angeles, September 21, 2017

Alcohol related cancer risks underplayed by industry says new research
News Medical Life Sciences, September 7, 2017

Nightlife bill to let bars stay open past 2 a.m. 'gutted' in committee
San Francisco Chronicle, September 1, 2017

California wants to party until 4 a.m.
Park Labrea News Beverly Press, August 30, 2017

Alliance rallies against bill allowing later bar hours
San Diego Uptown News, August 25, 2017

Public safety groups want to cut off bill to allow California bars serve until 4 a.m.
San Diego Union Tribune, August 22, 2017

4 a.m. Last Call Proposal Gets Some L.A. Love"But not everyone is toasting the legislation."
"But not everyone is toasting the legislation."
LA Weekly, August 21, 2017

With Vote Looming, Supporters of Bill to Extend Last Call Make Case to LA
CBS-TV, Channel 2, KCAL 9, Los Angeles, August 18, 2017

Rise In High-Risk Drinking, A Public Health Crisis, New Study Finds
KQED Radio, Forum with Michael Krasny, August 15, 2017

My Thoughts: Pitfalls of a bill that extends the hours of alcohol sales
The Daily Independent, August 5, 2017

More hours to sell alcohol? A closer look at SB 384
The Daily Independent, August 2, 2017

Marin youth camp promotes healthy living, positive habits
Marin Independent Journal, July 30, 2017

The Alcohol Industry is Funding a Landmark Study on Alcohol
Vice Tonic, July 6, 2017

Late-call bar bill raises concern about public safety
Marin Independent Journal, July 7, 2017

4 a.m. bar bill blows local control smoke
San Francisco Examiner, July 4, 2017

Nightlife bill advances to state Assembly
San Francisco Chronicle, June 1, 2017

Alcohol Justice slams 'deceptive' craft beverage act
The Spirits Business, May 30, 2017

Proposal To Sell Booze Til 4 A.M. Clears CA Senate Committee
SFist, May 30, 2017

4 a.m. Last Call Proposal Has a Shot
LA Weekly, May 26, 2017

City Hall: Alcohol Kills, Isn't Anybody Listening?
City Watch, May 22, 2017

Later bar closings? State bill to allow them needs sober examination: Guest commentary
Daily Breeze, May 20, 2017

Boozier Wine May Be in our Future, Thanks to This new Bill Being Reviewed by Congress
The Daily Meal, May 18, 2017

Our Wine Might Get Us A Lot More Buzzed Soon, Thanks To Congress
Vocativ, May 12, 2017

Tax Break for High-Alcohol Wine Sours Health Advocates
FAIRWARNING, May 11, 2017

LAKOTA Country TIMES, May 4, 2017

ADDICTIONS: Alcohol-related harm in the United States
OUTER BANKS Sentinel, May 3, 2017


With little fanfare, Whiteclay's four beer stores shut down pending Court of Appeals decision
Omaha World-Herald, May 1, 2017

Extending last call a backward move for California
The Sacramento Bee, April 27, 2017

Resistance: LA Communities Demanding Control Over Sale of Alcohol in Their Neighborhood
CityWatch Los Angeles, April 24, 2017

Declining, but teenage drinking still problem
Watertown Public Opinion, April 15, 2017

Four liquor stores in a town of 12 may finally dry up
The New Food Economy, April 11, 2017

Nebraska Liquor Control Commission Hearing on Whiteclay Liquor Licenses
Bay Native Circle, KPFA-FM, April 5, 2017

Senator Wiener Proposes Extending Bar Hours
Capitol Public Radio, Sacramento, California, March 14, 2017

Legislature considers bill to extend closing time at bars until 4 a.m.
The Press Democrat, March 10, 2017

Reader says extending bar hours would create additional dangers
Lodi News-Sentinel, February 27, 2017

Bars open to 4 a.m.? Why not?
Sacramento Bee, February 22, 2017

Four A.M.: the New Last Call?
SFWeekly, February 22, 2017

Proposed state legislation could push back last calls for bars
The Daily Californian, February 22, 2017

California bill would extend late-night drinking hours to 4 a.m.
Pasadena Star-News, February 21, 2017

New Bill Would Push Last Call for Alcohol Back Two Hours in California
KQED-FM Radio, Fourm, February 17, 2017

Party On: New Bill Could Extend Last Call to 4 a.m.
SFist, February 15, 2017

Are alcohol bans in the workplace reasonable?
Verdict, February 15, 2017

Nightlife could last longer under bill from Scott Wiener
San Francisco Chronicle, February 15, 2017

Is Gates Foundation, WHO'S Biggest Private Funder, Ineligible To Join WHO?
Intellectual Property Watch, International IP Policy News, January 29, 2017

How 25 Cents could solve the Budget Deficit

US Daily Review, January 23, 2017

Editorial, 1/17: County decision fails Whiteclay
Lincoln Journal Star, January 16, 2017

Press Clips: Jeff Sessions Answers Antitruct Questions; Alcohol Justice Calls for New California Beer Excise Tax

Brewbound, January 12, 2017

Rapid response to Jerry Brown's budget plan tries to sway final deal

The Sacramento Bee, January 11, 2017

¿Qué tal una copa de vino o una cerveza al cortarte el cabello?  ¿Y gratis?
La Opinion, January 6, 2017

New laws address beverages in barbershops, cameras in voting booths, and more

The Almanac, January 4, 2017

UC Davis dumped barrels of wine each year. Now it might sell for $80 a bottle.

The Sacr
amento Bee, January 1, 2017

Life on the Pine Ridge Native American reservation
Where life expectancy is the second-lowest in the western hemisphere and 80 percent of people are unemployed.
Aljazeera, November 2, 2016

County official: More resources needed for Whiteclay
Associated Press / The Washington Times, October 11, 2016

Advocates urge state officials to halt beer sales in Whiteclay
"Silence is the tacit approval of what has been the ongoing killing fields of Whiteclay," Sonny Skyhawk, a member of the Alcohol Justice Board said.
KLKN-TV ABC 8, Lincoln, NE, October 11, 2016

'Family Affair' child star Johnny Whitaker survived drug and alcohol abuse, now helping others
FOX NEWS Entertainment, June 1, 2016

Barbershops and Beauty Salons Can Now Sereve Alcohol...Legally
Los Angeles Magazine, October 4, 2016

Powdered alcohol ban to become law in California
Orange County Breeze, September 30, 2016

Getting Boozy at California Salons Will Soon Be Legal
Food & Wine Magazine, September 29, 2016

Californians will soon be able to (legally) drink at a salon or barbershop
San Francisco Chronicle - SFGATE, September 28, 2016

Governor Signs Ban on Sale of Powdered Alcohol
Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin Press Release, September 28, 2016

Olowan Martinez makes initial court appearance, freed on bail
Red Warrior Camp Press Release, September 22, 2016

Dear Marin: You're drunk
Marin Independent Journal, September 20, 2016

Scott Wilk boozy bill hiccup
The Santa Clara Valley Signal, September 14, 2016

Free Booze At California Barbershops & Salons?

89.9 KCRW-FM, September 13, 2016

Brown Considers Bill Allowing Salons, Barbershops To Serve Beer, Wine
Capital Public Radio, September 12, 2016

美髮時來杯酒 你以為如何?
News for Chinese, September 11, 2016

Barbershop booze: Alcohol Justice asks Governor Brown to Veto AB 1322

89.3  KPCC-FM, September 11, 2016
90.9 KXJZ-FM, September 12, 2016

'No Buzzed Cuts': Protesters Oppose Bill to Legalize Serving Alcohol in Hair Salons
NBC-TV, September 9, 2016
Watch Video

The "Drybar Bill" Could Change Your Salon Drinking Experience
Allure, September 6, 2016

California bill would allow hair salons to serve alcohol
North Bay Business Journal, September 5, 2016

¿Ir a la peluquería o tomar cerveza? Una ley podría resolver el dilema
el Nuevo Herald, Agosto 28, 2016

Marin debates alcohol service in beauty salons, barbershops
Marin Independent Journal, August 27, 2016
Debating the effectiveness of Stanford's hard alcohol ban
89.3 KPCC-FM AirTalk, August 24, 2016

DryBAR Bill Provokes Demonstrations
Los Angeles, August 18, 2016

Do You Really Need That Glass of Wine During Your Haircut?
Runway Riot, August 17, 2016

Drunk driving prevention bill wins Senate approval
LGBT Weekly, August 17, 2016

Critics urge California governor to ban alcohol from salons and barbershops
FoxNews, August 16, 2016

Salon or Saloon?
The Washington Times, August 14, 2016

Marin Voice: Barbershop beer bill will increase alcohol-related harm
Marin Independent Journal, July 21, 2016

CUERPO CORAZON COMUNIDAD: Maite Durán de Alcohol Justice y jóvenes de Jóvenes por la Justicia (Marvin, Juan y Medeley), la Dra. Marisol, y Chary Albuja de los Promotores del Novato Youth Center hablaron con la audiencia sobre nuestros adolescentes, el alcohol, y las adicciones.
KBBF 89.1FM, July 13, 2016

How others' alcohol use became your business: The Toxin-omics
Alcohology, July 12, 2016

Booze Brands Rush to Snapchat While Contending With Age Risks
Teen-Friendly App is Growing Up, But Beer and Liquor marketers Must Watch Their Step

Adverstising Age, July 11, 2016

Drunk driving prevention bill approved by Senate Committee
San Diego LGBT Weekly, June 28, 2016

New Bill Would Allow California Salons, Barbershops To Serve Alcohol
CBS-TV 13, Sacramento, CA June 27/28, 2016

No One Likes Powdered Alcohol, Including California
Eater, June 10, 2016

Powdered Alcohol Preemptively Banned in 31 States
Eater, April 29, 2016

California Poised to Join States Banning Powdered Alcohol
31 States prohibit possession, purchase, sale, distribution, use

CSP, April 29, 2016

Powdered alcohol ban now covers 31 US states
The Spirits Business, April 29, 2016

Alcohol Obsession, Corporate Greed And Devastated Lives
The Final Call, April 28, 2016

Powdered Alcohol Ban Moves One Step Closer to Law in CA
Huff Measure Passes Off Senate Floor with Unanimous Support - Moves to Assembly
CA Senate Press Release, April 18, 2016

Alcohol Justice's Jorge Castillo Takes the Fight to Ban Powdered Alcohol in CA to San Diego
KPBS-TV, San Diego, April 15, 2016

Foundations shift reflects changing role
Marin Independent Journal Editorial, March 13, 2016

Marin Community Foundation restructures governance with new board
Marin Independent Journal, March 6, 2016

Six signs the next 10 yrs. for alcohol biz will be like the last 20 for tobacco, March 4, 2016

Americans Drinking Themselves to Death at Highest Rates Since 1980s
Michael Scippa comments
The Oakes, February 18, 2016

Mike's Hard Lemonade & 21st Century Fox hot alcohol watchdog's naughty list with Deadpool promotion
The Drum, February 12, 2016

Mike's Harder Lemonade & Deadpool Movie Advertising in Hot Water for Targeting Kids
Distillery Trail, February 15, 2016

Youth For Justice hold Alcopop-Free Zone rally to boycott alcopop sales at Circle K store in the Canal neighborhood of San Rafael, CA. Bruce Lee Livingston comment on Deaepool-branded Mike's Harder Lemonade alcopop promotion. 
KABC 7 TV, February 12-13, 2016

Campaign to ban powdered alcohol in California moves forward
Bruce Lee Livingston comments (Part 2):

KCBS AM/FM Radio, San Francisco Bay Area, January 10, 2016

Campaign to ban powdered alcohol in California moves forward
Bruce Lee Livingston comments (Part 1):

KCBS AM/FM Radio, San Francisco Bay Area, January 10, 2016

Palcohol raises 'chilling' concerns in California
Spirits Business, January 6, 2016

Lawmakers seek ban on powdered booze
Los Angeles Times, January 5, 2016

ABC Announces Innovation Award Winners

Department Gives Cash Awards for 25K Find a New Way Contest
California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, Sacramento, CA, December 17, 2015

Alcopops Need More Regulation, Alcohol Justice Says
Bruce Lee Livingston Comments on new Alcopop Report
KGO-Radio, San Francisco Bay Area, December 16, 2015

Group Aims for an Alcopop-Free Zone in San Rafael to Protect Youth
NBC-TV Bay Area Channel 3, November 21, 2015

Concern About Undeage Drinking Halloween Weekend, Michael Scippa comments
KGO-Radio, San Francisco Bay Area, October 29, 2015

ABC Agents will be out Enforcing Alcoholic Beverage Laws during Halloween Weekend
Prevention Organizations Support ABC Efforts to Reduce Underage Drinking on Halloween

California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, October 28, 2015

Not my cup of tea, Maite Duran comments.

The Piedmont Highland
er, October 14, 2015

PINKWASHING How These Booze Makers Co-Opted the Pink Ribbon, Sarah Mart comments.

The Daily Beast, October 12, 2015

Sober thoughts: Brest cancer awareness ribbons are being used to sell alcoholic drinks - a known carcinogen

The Sunday Times - Scotland, October 11, 2015

REEL Recovery Film Festival at San Francisco County Jail
San Francisco Sheriff's Department Monthly Newsletter, September 30, 2015

Youth for Justice Launch San Rafael Circle K Boycott, Demand Alcopop-Free Zone Zone
KGO-TV, ABC 7 San Francisco Bay Area, September 26, 2015

Protest over Fairfax theater liquor license triggers court hearing
The Marin Independent Journal, September 23, 2015

REEL Recovery Film Festival @ SF Women's Jail: Screening Nicole Boxer's "How I Got Over"
NTDTV New Tang Dynasty Television Network, September 16, 2015

In Recognition of National Recovery Month, Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi Hosts First REEL Recovery Film Festival at SF Jail. Michael Scippa comments.
Office of the Sheriff, City and County of San Francisco, September 14, 2015

Pinkwashing in Alcohol Beverage Advertising, Sarah Mart comments. KCRB-FM, Public Radio, Sonoma County, CA.

Why California's alcohol taxes are so low. Bruce Lee Livingston comments.

The Sacramento Bee, September 14, 2015

Alcohol Law and Policy Conference Examines Current Alcohol Regulatory Environment
Brewbound, September 11, 2015

OpEd: Common Ground for the Common Good
Sonoma County Gazette, September 8, 2015

Environmental/ethical/spiritual costs of Northern California wine industry
Augusta Free Press, August 31, 2015

Proposed measure would drop drinking age to 18 (in California). Michael Scippa comments.
Political Blotter, Politics in the Bay Area and Beyond, August 31, 2015

Grapes vs. Eggs: Sonoma County's Goliath vs. David story
Augusta Free Press, August 8, 2015

Marin: Drug firms must pay for pill disposal
The Marin Independent Journal, July 29, 2015

Marin County Saturated with Alcohol, Problems & Solutions, Bruce Lee Livingston comments. (Part 1)

KCBS Radio, San Francisco July 18-19, 2015

Marin County Saturated with Alcohol, Problems & Solutions, Bruce Lee Livingston comments. (Part 2)

KCBS Radio, San Francisco July 18-19, 2015

How "Sustainable" Is the Wine Industry?
Sonoma County Gazette, July 19, 2015

Curb alcohol if you care about youth
The Marin Independent Journal, Readers' Forum, July 18, 2015

Craft Beer? Breast Cancer Fundraiser? That's the Breastfest. Michael Scippa comments.
Novato Patch, July 15, 2015

Alcohol Justice Releases New Report on Marin County's Alcohol Environment
KTVU-TV, San Francisco, July 15, 2015

Alcohol Justice Releases New Report on Marin County's Alcohol Environment: Harm, Costs, Policies, & Community Resources
KGO Radio, San Francisco, July 15, 2015

Marin alcohol crackdown urged
The Marin Independent Journal, July 15, 2015

Marin Voice: Healthy fare at the Marin County Fair goes national
The Marin Independent Journal, July 3, 2015

Fairfax theater's application for liquor license kicks up controversy. Michael Scippa comments.
The Marin Independent Journal, June 14, 2015

Best Bets: REEL Recovery Film Festival - Denver, Radical Resistance Tour: Pine Ridge South Dakota
528 THE DENVER MAGAZINE, May 29, 2015

Nicole Boxer documentary explores theater as healing, "How I Got Over," which will screen in June at the REEL Recovery Film Festival.
Pacific Sun, May 21, 2015

Alcohol ads on local buses? It may happen, Michael Scippa comments.
KIRO-TV, Seattle, WA, May 18, 2015

Transit considering alcohol ads on buses
Kitsap Sun, Bremerton, WA, May 17, 2015

California State Assembly bill may allow beauty salons, barber shops to serve alcohol without permit, Bruce Livingston comments.
KABC-TV 7, San Francisco, May 11, 2015

Health Reporter Scott Stevens to launch Third Alcoholism Book at San Francisco REEL Recovery Film Festival
World Press, May 8, 2015

Just Add Water - FOX TV Investigates Powdered Alcohol, Michael Scippa comments.
KTTV-TV, Los Angeles, April 29, 2015

FOX-TV Chicago, Illinois: News Video Clip on Ben & Jerry's Ice-Cream Branded Beer
WFLD-TV 32, April 21, 2015

Scissors and suds: Are salons breaking the law?
The Press Democrat, April 20, 2015

NBC-TV Denver, Colorado: News Video Clip on Ben & Jerry's Ice-Cream Branded Beer
KUSA-TV, April 17, 2015

Bruce Livingston Comments on Ben & Jerry's Branded Beer
USA Today, April 16, 2015

Bruce Livingston's Op-Ed on GUI - Government Under the Influence of Craft Brewers & Distillers
Marin Independent Journal, April 3, 2015

Michael Scippa Comments on Palcohol & CA Legislature
KGO Radio, March 18, 2015

Let Ian Cutler Sell Booze?
Santa Barbara Independent, March 18, 2015

Michael Scippa Comments on Palcohol (Part 1)
KGO Radio, March 16, 2015

Michael Scippa Comments on Palcohol (Part 2)
KGO Radio, March 16, 2015

Michael Scippa Comments on Palcohol (Part 1)
KCBS Radio, March 13, 2015

Michael Scippa Comments on Palcohol (Part 2)
KCBS Radio, March 13, 2015

Mountain Dew to roll out craft DEWshine
USA Today, March 12, 2015

Michael Scippa Comments on Palcohol (Part 1)
KGO Radio, March 11, 2015

Michael Scippa Comments on Palcohol (Part 2)
KGO Radio, March 11, 2015

Bruce Lee Livingston Comments on California AB 1223
KGO Radio, March 9, 2015

Assemblyman Marc Levine introduces two bills to liberalize laws governing alcohol
Marin Independent Journal, March 6, 2015

Alcohol Ads Banned in Los Angeles
JD Supra Business Advisor - Advertising Law, February 2015

Half of Americans Watch Super Bowl For The Ads
Mediapost Agency Daily, February 2, 2015

Study: Super Bowl Beer Ads Make Kids and Teens More Likely to Drink
HealthlineNews, February 1, 2015

Starbucks expanding beer, wine sales this year
The Financial Daily, January 28, 2015

Alcohol Ads Banned on L.A. Bus Shelters, Benches
EGP News / City News Service, January 22, 2015

L.A. ban on some alcohol ads will protect young people, advocates say
The Christian Science Monitor, January 21, 2015

Los Angeles moves to ban alcohol ads on bus shelters
AP / U-T San Diego, January 21, 2015

Alcohol Advertising Banished From L.A. City Property
LA Weekly, January 21, 2015

Las casetas de Los Angeles menos los anuncio igual a una victoria de la salud publica sobre industria de alcoholicas
Ad Hoc News (Germany), January 21, 2015

Council votes to ban alcoholic beverage ads on most city property
Los Angeles Times, January 20, 2015

LA City Council Votes to Ban Alcohol Ads on City Bus Shelters and Benches
ABC 7 Eyewitness TV News, January 20, 2015

Los Angeles bans alcohol ads on city buildings, buses
Los Angeles Daily News, January 20, 2015

City Council Votes To Ban Alcohol Ads On Buses, Public Property
CBS / KNX Newsradio, January 20, 2015

Los Angeles prohibe anuncios de alcohol en sus propiedades
LaOpinion, January 20, 2015

L.A. Bans alcohol ads on bus shelters, city property, January 20, 2015

L.A. City Council Votes to Ban Alcohol Ads on City Bus Shelters, Benches
KCET / City News Service, January 20, 2015

Los Angeles Considers Alcohol Ad Ban
Media Post, January 18, 2015

L.A. busca prohibir anuncios de alcohol en zonas publicas
LaOpinion, January 15, 2015

Board of Supervisors to place stricter limitations on 'alcopops' in Contra Costa
Contra Costa Times, December 16, 2014

State launches Halloween crackdown on underage drinking
Palo Alto Online, October 29, 2014

A-B Facing Pushback As It Tries To Buy Kentucky Distributor
St. Louis Business Journal, October 2014

When transit agencies run short on cash, should they sell alcohol ads to get it?
Washington Post, October 1, 2014

Alcohol Ads Put Families, Youth At Risk
Alcohol Justice Executive Director Bruce Livingston - Guest Op-Ed concerning alcohol advertising on the MARTA public transit system of Atlanta, GA
Atlanta Constitution Journal, September 23, 2014

When Bad Things Happen to Great Airports: LAX to Get Alcohol Ads as L.A. City Council Committee Caves to BIG ALCOHOL Madmen
Los Angeles Register, September 9, 2014

Marin Voice: Now Craft Brewers are Muscling into Farmers Markets
Marin Independent Journal, September 5, 2014

Native Americans Battle Big Alcohol at Pine Ridge
Alcohol Justice Advocacy Director Jorge Castillo, Oglala Sioux President Bryan Brewer, and AlterNet Journalist Evelyn Nieves on Connecting the Dots with Judy Drummond
KPOO-FM San Francisco, September 4, 2014

San Rafael Alcohol & Drug Coalition & Youth for Justice Demand Alcopop-Free Zone

KRON-TV Channel 4 News Video, August 8, 2014

Curve ball: Self-serve beer at All-Star Game, July 7, 2014

Editorial: Tight limits on farmers markets wine tasting

Marin Independent Journal, June 16, 2014

Sarah Mart on Atlanta's plan to allow alcohol ads on MARTA public transit (4 files)

WYAY-FM Atlanta, June 10, 2014

Bill to allow wine tastings at farmers markets meets opposition from Marin health advocates
Marin Independent Journal, June 8, 2014

Atlanta transit system tests alcohol ads to make money, June 2, 2014

Michael Scippa Interviewed by Dom Giordano on Ad Against Pennsylvania Privatization Bill

Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, Philadelphia, PA, April 30, 2014

Alcohol Justice Advocacy Director Jorge Castillo on Teen Drinking and Substance Abuse in Marin
Pacific Sun, April 25, 2014

Alcohol Justice Director of Research Sarah Mart Comments on Big Alcohol Targeting Girls and Young People, March 29, 2014

Despite media reports, Binge-in-a-Can has not been banned
Christian Action League, March 26, 2014

Alcohol Justice Executive Director Bruce Lee Livingston comments on Red Robin's New Booze Shake
USA Today, March 15, 2014

Alcohol Justice Comments on New Red Robin Alco-Shake
Houston TV, March 19, 2014

Jorge Castillo comments: Inician revocación de licencias a licorerías que venden a ebrios (Spanish pdf)
La Opinión, March 8, 2014

Survey says: Marin stores mean easy access to alcopops,  sugary drinks, e-cigarettes
Marin Independent Journal, March 5, 2014

Jorge Castillo comments on Pacifica Radio concerning a horrific Southern CA DUI crash and the ineffectiveness of the alcohol industry's "Drink Responsibly" slogan
KPFA, February 12, 2014

Buscan prohibir anuncios de alcohol en Los Ángeles
La Opinión, February 11, 2014

Bruce Lee Livingston calls out Anheuser-Busch on "responsible drinking" marketing tactic in safety ad with NFL star convicted of DUI
USA Today, January 22, 2014

Group Calling on Government to Raise Allowable Blood Alcohol Limit While Driving to 0.05, December 25, 2013

Sarah Mart, Director of Research at Alcohol Justice, Slams Big Alcohol's "Responsibility" Marketing Campaigns, December 17, 2013

Marin Advocates Say Statewide Marijuana Legaliazation on the Horizon--Alcohol Justice's Michael Scippa weighs in
Marin Independent Journal, December 14, 2013

Red Stripe Courts Young Female Drinkers with Raspberry-Flavored Beer, November 14, 2013

Alcohol Justice Advocacy Director Jorge Castillo and Board Member Ruben Rodriguez Interviewed about Alcohol Ads on Public Property in Los Angeles
Univision Los Angeles, October 25, 2013

Industry Watchdog Calls for National Ban on Alcohol Ads on Public Transportation, October 25, 2013

Alcohol Justice Press Conference on Alcohol Advertising Mentioned on Today in LA
Today in LA, KNBC, Los Angeles, October 25, 2013

San Rafael Coalition Receives Six Figure Grant, September 18, 2013

Alcohol Justice's Michael Scippa Interviewed on
Marin Voices and Views, August 2013

Novato Youth Strive to Persuade Merchants to Ditch Alcopops 
Marin Independent Journal, September 13, 2013

Wyoming May Raise Tax on Beer
Wyoming Tribune, September 9, 2013

MillerCoors and Anheuser-Busch InBev Bet on Boozier Brews
Advertising Age, August 19, 2013

Which Way to Turn on Tribal Alcohol Sales?
Argus Leader, August 11, 2013 

Burgers & Booze
The List, July 31, 2013

Treks from 'Dry' Reservation to Whiteclay Could End, July 14, 2013

Blame Game: Nebraska Gov. Tells Oglala Whiteclay Their Problem, Not His
Indian Country Today Media Network, July 12, 2013

Alcohol Advertising Ads as a Public Revenue Stream?
San Diego Union-Tribune, July 11, 2013

Explosive White Clay, Walking out on Nebraska’s Gov.
Last Real Indians, July 11, 2013

Alcohol Justice Advocacy Director Jorge Castillo Comments on a Concord, CA 99 Cent Store That Wants to Sell Alcohol
KTVU News, June 16, 2013
Beer Taxes: Why Six-Packs Are Pricier in Some States
CNN Money, June 11, 2013

L.A. City Council Members Banning Alcohol Ads on City Property
Media Daily News, May 28, 2013

Beam, Inc. Donates to Kentucky Politicians Who Support Bourbon
Medill Reports, May 23, 2013
Mike's, a Flavored Alcohol Brand, Tries to Widen Its Appeal
New York Times, May 22, 2013

Should States Follow NTSB Advice and Lower DUI Limit to .05?
KPCC Air Talk, May 15, 2013

NTSB Recommends Lowering Illegal BAC Level to .05
San Francisco KPIX 5 News at 11pm, May 14, 2013

Leno's Bill to Extend Bar Hours Till 4 a.m. Dies in Committee
Marin Independent Journal, April 23, 2013

Alcohol Advertising in Sports Under Fire for 'Grooming Child Drinkers'
San Francisco Examiner, April 18, 2013

Editorial: Few Good Reasons for Bar Hours Change
Marin Independent Journal, April 15, 2013

Marin Voice: Beware of Bill to Extend Bars' Serving Hours
Marin Independent Journal, March 31, 2013

Should Bars Be Open Until 4am?
San Francisco Bay Guardian, March 15, 2013

Should California Bars Stay Open Until 4am? (MP3)
KPCC Airtalk, March 14, 2013

South Dakota's Pine Ridge Tribe is at "Breaking Point" Over Alcohol
Los Angeles Times, March 6, 2013

Alcohol Protest Planned in Whiteclay, Nebraska
San Francisco Chronicle, March 1, 2013