A new Mackinac Center feature that allows users to compare the social outcomes of alcohol control policy in all 50 states based on each state’s level of regulation was cited in an Op-Ed Saturday in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. The Op-Ed was co-authored by Antony Davies, an adjunct scholar with the Center and an associate professor of economics at Duquesne University who, along with Fiscal Policy Director Michael D. LaFaive, wrote the recent Center study, “Alcohol Control Reform and Public Health and Safety.”

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