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Published on October 2nd, 2013 | by Burlington Partnership

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Underage Drinking

Tragic health, social and economic problems result from the use of alcohol by youth. Underage drinking is a causal factor in a host of serious problems, including homicide, suicide, traumatic injury, drowning, burns, violent and property crime, high risk sex, fetal alcohol syndrome, alcohol poisoning, and need for treatment for alcohol abuse and dependence. Read more about the consequences underage drinking is having on Vermont youth here!

Check out these info briefs related to underage drinking created by Prevention Works VT!

Consequences of Underage Drinking and a lower Minimum Legal Drinking Age (MLDA):
Highlights
Full Brief

Alcopops & Vermont Youth:
Highlights

Vermont’s Beer Tax:
Highlights


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