Bruce Lee Livingston

Alcohol Justice

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Executive Director and CEO of Alcohol Justice, formerly known as the Marin Institute, a nonprofit industry watchdog

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It's harder than ever to raise taxes in the midst of a recession. Around the country, states are beginning to increase levies on alcohol.

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It's harder than ever to raise taxes in the midst of a recession. Around the country, states are beginning to increase levies on alcohol.

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