Palm Beach County Might Fight Underaged Drinking by Telling People What Underaged Drinking Is
There is a hearing on Tuesday to get public input for a proposed Palm Beach County ordinance pertaining to underaged drinking, which a County Commission brief describes as "an increasing problem" in the area. The commission wants to fight this scourge, this dangerous habit that is being enabled by drinking establishments throughout the land -- with signs. Signs that say, "It is unlawful to purchase alcohol if you are under 21 years of age."
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