Is It Really Cost-Effective to Sell Minors Alcohol?

Experts back alcohol minimum pricingNowadays, kids look older than their age. On the other hand, many adults look years younger than their age. Clearly, it’s a problem if you’re a liquor store clerk unable to discern a mature-looking kid from a youthful-glowing adult. Adults buying booze aren’t going to take issue with being proofed. Kids will likely try and dodge the silver bullet. Over 50% of 911 stores in this sting operation were selling to minors. These stores face fines from $2,500 to $10,000 for breaking the law. Is it really cost-effective to sell minors alcohol?

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