C. Jarrett Dieterle is a resident senior fellow at the R Street Institute and the author of Give Me Liberty and Give Me a Drink!
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There is no demonstrable link between alcohol delivery laws and our heightened pandemic drinking.
Top government officials reportedly kept rare bourbons for themselves and other powerful insiders.
Reformers had two years of unprecedented victories—and then protectionists started using scare tactics to block them
In Colorado, you can have weed delivered to your door but not alcohol.
Do you want to brag about America’s alcohol industry, or do you want to crack down on it?
Regulations ban food sales, limit the number of events, and include other inane requirements.
Many states allowed restaurants to sell to-go cocktails during COVID-19. Research shows that change is not linked to an increase in drunk driving deaths.
The fine print of the latest alcohol regulation proposal in Massachusetts is revealing.
The history of wine delivery is pretty clear.
Government-run booze stores in Virginia may have met their match.
The Prohibition-era three-tier system is causing consolidation, not the market.
The mandates would be retroactive, potentially punishing businesses for violating rules they did not even know existed.
Our first president might be shocked at the regulatory machinery imposed on distillers.