By Steven Olsen; Dean R Gerstein
Alcohol is a killer. considered one of each 13 deaths within the usa is alcohol-related. This publication takes a glance on the challenge, and turns out to be useful for these within the alcoholism prevention enterprise. it's also aimed toward counselors, politicians, judges, doctors, and cops through the kingdom.
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Rather, they can come into play for anyone who drinks. They seek to change the incentives, opportunities, risks, and expectations that surround drinkers About this PDF file: This new digital representation of the original work has been recomposed from XML files created from the original paper book, not from the original typesetting files. Page breaks are true to the original; line lengths, word breaks, heading styles, and other typesetting-specific formatting, however, cannot be retained, and some typographic errors may have been accidentally inserted.
Price-induced decreases in consumption have in turn been linked to declines in the incidence of drunk driving and cirrhosis of the liver. For the past three decades, the price of alcohol has been falling with respect to the price of other goods. A substantial part of this decline is due to federal and state taxes on alcohol not having kept up with inflation. Thus, the government may be able to reduce drunk driving by raising its taxes on alcohol. It is difficult to quantify exactly how much less drunk driving would occur if taxes on alcohol were to rise.
For example, the Alcohol Safety Action Projects cost $88 million, not counting the costs of state and local enforcement, the expense of treatment programs borne by those arrested, and the social costs of increased police surveillance. At the most these projects saved 563 lives, for an average minimum cost of $156,000 per life saved. Many other traffic safety improvements have the potential to save lives more cost-effectively, according to the Department of Transportation, though they may not be able to save as many lives as increased enforcement of drunk driving laws.
Alcohol in America : taking action to prevent abuse by Steven Olsen; Dean R Gerstein