PIRE in the News - 2010-2011

Students act up to help law officers train
rankinledger.com, December 6, 2011

Dr. Eduard Zaloshnja of PIRE on Albanian TV talk show Vizion Plus, discussing the economic cost of crime and traffic crashes in Albania.
Vizion Plus, December 5, 2011

MADD gives Montana lowest rating for DUI prevention
KPAX.com, November 17, 2011

MADD Releases National and State-by-State Ratings as Part of its Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving Fifth Anniversary Report to the Nation
PR Newswire, November 16, 2011

Reduction of Fatal Teen Crashes
Deadly Teen Crashes Cut by Delaying Driving Privilege, Studies Say, November 7, 2011
Graduated drivers licensing programs reduce fatal teen crashes, November 4, 2011
Phased Licensing Programs Cut Teen Auto Deaths, November 4, 2011

U of L researcher to develop oral health plan for those with IDD
PHYSORG.com, November 3, 2011

Dollar$ and Sense: You Booze, You Lose
The Massachusetts Daily Collegian, November 3, 2011

EDITORIAL: State must stand by DUI law
The Oklahoma Daily, November 1, 2011

Numbers indicate that privatization reduces DUI fatalities
The Morning Call, October 29, 2011

Pilot program will target oral health of disabled
DrBicuspid.com, October 27, 2011

Alcohol abuse 'increases risk of serious injury'
Alcolim, October 20, 2011

Heavy, moderate drinkers at increased injury risk
Newstrack India, October 15, 2011 

Alcohol Consumption Greatly Increases Serious Injury Risk for Heavy and Moderate Drinkers
Science Daily, October 14
, 2011

After Tobacco: What Would Happen if Americans Stopped Smoking?
PR Newswire, October 12, 2011 

No research exists on effectiveness of Utah's curtain
The Salt Lake Tribun

Students act up to help law officers train
rankinledger.com, December 6, 2011

Dr. Eduard Zaloshnja of PIRE on Albanian TV talk show Vizion Plus, discussing the economic cost of crime and traffic crashes in Albania.
Vizion Plus, December 5, 2011

MADD gives Montana lowest rating for DUI prevention
KPAX.com, November 17, 2011

MADD Releases National and State-by-State Ratings as Part of its Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving Fifth Anniversary Report to the Nation
PR Newswire, November 16, 2011

Reduction of Fatal Teen Crashes
Deadly Teen Crashes Cut by Delaying Driving Privilege, Studies Say, November 7, 2011
Graduated drivers licensing programs reduce fatal teen crashes, November 4, 2011
Phased Licensing Programs Cut Teen Auto Deaths, November 4, 2011

U of L researcher to develop oral health plan for those with IDD
PHYSORG.com, November 3, 2011

Dollar$ and Sense: You Booze, You Lose
The Massachusetts Daily Collegian, November 3, 2011

EDITORIAL: State must stand by DUI law
The Oklahoma Daily, November 1, 2011

Numbers indicate that privatization reduces DUI fatalities
The Morning Call, October 29, 2011

Pilot program will target oral health of disabled
DrBicuspid.com, October 27, 2011

Alcohol abuse 'increases risk of serious injury'
Alcolim, October 20, 2011

Heavy, moderate drinkers at increased injury risk
Newstrack India, October 15, 2011 

Alcohol Consumption Greatly Increases Serious Injury Risk for Heavy and Moderate Drinkers
Science Daily, October 14
, 2011

After Tobacco: What Would Happen if Americans Stopped Smoking?
PR Newswire, October 12, 2011 

Youth with Diabetes More Likely to Have Asthma
MarketWatch, September 27, 2011

Alcohol-Detecting Flashlights Introduced in State College  DUI Enforcement
StateCollege.com, September 27, 2011

State College police announce crackdown on drunken driving
centredaily.com, September 27, 2011

Stronger tobacco control policy in the Netherlands would save thousands of lives
EurekAlert, September 26, 2011

Experts Cheer Limited Success of Alcohol Prevention Course
The Epoch Times, September 12, 2011

Children More Likely to Drink & Drive if Parents Drink: Study
US News and World Report, September 9, 2011

AlcoholEdu Works Only One Semester
The Harvard Crimson, September 9, 2011 

UI's AlcoholEdu doesn't track long-term success
The Daily Iowan, September 8, 2011

Parents play a powerful role in predicting DUI
University of Florida News, September 6, 2011

Online Course Helps Reduce Harmful College Drinking
InfoZine, September 3, 2011

Statement of ARTBA Vice President of Safety & Education Brad Sant Regarding The Road Information Program (TRIP) Study on Rural Transportation
SunHerald.com, September 1, 2011

Avoiding the Road to Ruin
Cartersville Patch, August 18, 2011

A sober lesson that seems to stick
boston.com, August 13, 2011

Local law enforcement recognized for Alcohol Enforcement
The Pickens Sentinel, August 6, 2011

The police report on state housing boss Darryl Towns' DWI arrest says it all
New York Daily News, August 1, 2011

Meth Inc.: Industrial-scale Mexican labs now pushing top-grade poison our way
Arizona Daily Star, July 31, 2011

UI officials attribute binge drinking dip to 21-ordinace
The Daily Iowan, June 23, 2011

Drug Use and Fatal Car Crashes
Drug use tied to fatal car crashes, June 24, 2011
Drugs: Their Use is Tied to Fatal Car Crashes, June 23, 2011
Drug use tied to fatal car crashes, June 23, 2011
Deadly Drugged Driving: Drug Use Tied to Fatal Car Crashes, June 23, 2011
Study finds drugs common occurance in road deaths, June 23, 2011
Study: Drug use linked with 25 percent of traffic deaths in U.S., June 23, 2011
Drug use involved in 25% of fatal crashes, study finds, June 23, 2011  
Drug use tied to fatal car crashes, June 23, 2011  

New Graphic Cigarette Labels
Cigarette packs to get gorier warnings, June 21, 2011
Government Supports Graphic Tobacco Warnings, June 21, 2011

Graphic cigarette labels aim to curb smoking, June 20, 2011 

NJ state workers, health insurance and gunshot wounds: Welcome to a doomed America
The Trentonian, June 16, 2011

Should 18 be the new 21 for legalized drinking?
Health Facts and Fears.com, June 2, 2011

Is lowering the drinking age a good idea?
Los Angeles Times, May 30, 2011

Alcohol awareness is key to community change with our kids
Daily Inter Lake.com, May 15, 2011

You asked about...Alcoholic Energy Drinks
SleepyEyeNews.com, May 5, 2011

Children First helps first-time moms
Tulsa World, May 4, 2011

Bike Helmet Use Could Prevent 45,000 Head Injuries to Kids
infoZine, May 4, 2011


SCoPilot® Truck GPS Navigation Apps Report Strong Sales across all Mobile
Directions Magazine, March 31, 2011

The Desert Various law enforcement agenicies to kick off "Out of Their Hands"
SCnow.com, March 30, 2011

Palm Springs retains a dubious title as No. 1 among peers in alcohol-related crashes
The Desert Sun, March 23, 2011

Gospel Recording Artists Headline Benefit Concert to Raise Cancer Awareness and Encourage Action in African American Community
American Cancer Society, March 13, 2011

Qualcomm's New Cost-Effective Solution Will Help Fleets of All Sizes Meet Safety and Compliance Requirements
Manufactuing.net, March 13, 2011

UI Alcohol plan advances
The Daily Iowan, March 10, 2011

D.A.R.E. drug prevention curriculum bumped in face of clal for measurable results
knoxnews.com, March 8, 2011 

It Takes a Village
Inside Higher Ed, March 3, 2011

Debate over State Control of Liquor Sales
Senate panel serves up first round in state-stores debate, February 15, 2011
Value of state control of liquor sales shaply debated, February 15, 2011
State lawmakers ponder the idea of making liquor stores private, February 14, 2011
Senate committee to weigh selling state liquor stores, February 14, 2011
Panel to explore liquor sale issue, February 14, 2011
Public hearings to start on state liquor stores, February 8, 2011

Study: Nurse-Family Partnership in Texas Saves $7,769 Per Family Served
Bonham Journal, February 8, 2011

Teens tackle underage drinking and smoking
my.hsj.org, February 2, 2011

The Topic: Teen Drivers
Village Soup, February 1, 2011

Preventing Underage Drinking: A Community Approach
The BayNet.com, February 1, 2011

Highway Crashes Strain State Budgets
Crashes cost every American $750 a year, January 30, 2011
Highway safety advocates warn crashes also bust state budgets, January 30, 2011
New Report Shows Highway Safety Deficit Adds to State Budget Woes, January 24, 2011

Tucson Illustrates High Medical Cost of Treating Shooting Victims
FoxNews.com, January 21, 2011

Adam Brickner: Preventing addiction lowers government spending
GreenvilleOnline.com, January 20, 2011

Do private liquor stores encourage more drinking and increase alcohol related deaths?
The Vancouver Sun, January 19, 2011

Umpqua Partners' Youth Campaign Achieves Positive Outcome
PR Newswire, January 14, 2011

Underage alcohol abusers often re-offend, avoid treatment
Dallas Morning News, January 3, 2011

Liberia: UMU Receives Applauds
The Analyst, December 10, 2010

Our view: Adult enablers hurt teens
The Joplin Globe, December 9, 2010

UI officials unveil aggressive, three-year alcohol plan
The Daily Iowan, December 7, 2010

Jefferson County Court One of Six in the Country Selected for NHTSA Alcohol Anklet Case Study
PR Newswire, December 2, 2010

Campus-Community Interventions Successful in Reducing College Drinking
My High School Journalism, November 5, 2010
University Interventions Reduce Student Intoxication, November 19, 2010  
Study: visible police presence results in reduced drinking, November 19, 2010
Outreach, Enforcement Can Curb College Kids' Drinking: Study, November 19, 2010

That $150 Pack of Cigarettes
The Wall Street Journal, November 5, 2010

Study finds juvenile offenders often released into risky neighborhood environments
UCLA Newsroom, October 28, 2010

NHTSA Selects Stenehjem's 24/7 Sobriety Program for Nationwide SCRAM Study
PR Newswire, October 26, 2010 

Study: Number of Women Considered Binge Drinkers Increasing
NBC Washington, October 21, 2010

It's about safety
Hartselle Enquirer, October 21, 2010

Lake County residents can learn dangers of alcoholic energy drinks
Orlando Sentinel, October 13, 2010

Palm Springs Tops State List of Alcohol-related Collisions 
The Desert Sun, October 3, 2010

Collins: Close Limo, Party Bus Loophole 
The Norman Transcript, October 6, 2010

NHTSA Studies Impact of SCRAM Alcohol Anklets
PRNewswire, September 21, 2010

Advancing Ignition Interlocks
officer.com, August, 2010

Congratulations to PIRE Director, Faye Calhoun
September 1, 2010

New CDC Study Finds Annual Cost of Motor Vehicle Crashes Exceeds $99 Billion
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, August 25, 2010
CNN, August 25, 2010

Virginia ponders losing ABC stores
Washington Post, August 29, 2010
Richmond Times Dispatch, September 19, 2010

Stimulus critics pick on SDSU drinking study
Union Tribune, August 7, 2010

Researchers Study Young DUIs
Centre Daily Times, April 24, 2010

Governor Pawlenty Announces "If You Don't Breathe, You Don't Leave" Proposal To Deal With DWI Offenders
Minnesota North Star, January 19, 2010

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