Drinking

Sex at UNH: Consent and Bystander Intervention

by Steve MacDonald August 13, 2017

Did you know that New Hampshire law forbids initiating sex with someone under the influence of drugs and alcohol? That’s what it says on the “About Alcohol” header of the UNH “Consent and Bystander Intervention” page, which reads, Alcohol or drugs are often used as a tool for sexual assault.  UNH policy and New Hampshire law forbid […]

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Data Point – who REALLY drinks a lot.

by Skip March 10, 2016

OK, I can see street winos hitting that top group and those that have to drink for a living (e.g, brewmasters, liquor distillers / barrel tappers, and the like – those in the industry).  But seriously – 10 drinks a day?  As I have said before, I am the son of an Irish drunk – […]

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The Push For More Taxes On Adult Beverages Continues…

by Steve MacDonald January 25, 2013

Tym Rourke, the person  most likely to coordinate the spending of the tax money, is advocating for more revenue, so that he might–we can only assume–help spend it. Rourke is the Chairman of the Governors Commission on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention, Intervention and Treatment in New Hampshire, and he insists that because New […]

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