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1 Youth (Alcohol Use) Recognize effects of teen alcohol use: In our society, where it is frowned on to discuss one's faith in a public school, it is a legal and generally acceptable practice to expose our children to an addictive, poisonous and potentially lethal chemical both by the marketing and the social acceptance of alcohol. (editorial) (Richard Lynes) 14 Nov 2003, 7A
2 Youth (Alcohol Use) Coalition combats underage drinking (Rock County Mobilizing for Change on Underage Drinking) (Partners in Prevention) editorial 10 Dec 2003, 6A
3 Youth (Alcohol Use) Snowball effect: youth group, theater troupe pack powerful message (Operation Snowball) (MWAH!- Messages Which are Hopeful - Performing Arts Troupe) 29 Feb 2004, 1B
4 Youth (Alcohol Use) Using alcohol can leave youths with damaged brains (editorial) 16 Apr 2004, 7A
5 Youth (Alcohol Use) Police test businesses on underage alcohol sales: 13 of 15 clerks refused to sell to young buyers 24 May 2005, 2B
6 Youth (Alcohol Use) Parents must pull tap on youth drinking (Partners in Prevention) (editorial) 09 Sep 2005, 4B
7 Youth (Alcohol Use) 'The work is not done' youth binge drinking declines, but officials say it's too early to celebrate (Rock County Partners in Prevention) 10 Oct 2005, 1A
8 Youth (Alcohol Use) Putting the cap on youthful alcohol use (editorial) 13 Oct 2005, 6B
9 Youth (Alcohol Use) Janesville School District's Youth Survey regarding alcohol use (editorial) 12 Nov 2005, 4B
10 Youth (Alcohol Use) Kids' risky behavior declines, but trouble remains: study of Rock County youth shows underage drinking down from 2003 (graph) 03 Mar 2006, 1A

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