NH Senate rejects alcohol, drug treatment fund mandate

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The New Hampshire Senate has rejected a bill that sought to mandate the state devote 5 percent of profits from liquor sales to alcohol and drug abuse prevention programs.

While state law already specifies that 5 percent of liquor profits should be set aside for such programs, the actual amount has fallen short. | More at APNews.com

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