Wet/Dry Issues

 

 
Alcohol Justice (formerly the Marin Institute) has published a report on Big Alcohol's efforts to privatize alcohol sales in control states. The report, titled "Control State Politics: How Big Alcohol is Dismantling Regulation State by State," explains the likely outcomes to states that turn over alcohol sales to private businesses. These states may experience a short-term cash windfall, but loss of reliable income, coupled with increases in alcohol-related harm, will damage economic stability and public health in the longer term.
Click here for talking points and a fact sheet on the privatization of alcohol sales.
You can access the Alcohol Justice website at http://alcoholjustice.org/



 
Click on the following links for statistics and other information if you are fighting an alcohol issue in your community.
 
Telephone Script - Alcohol (Example)
Prohibition Was a Success (print these pages front-to-back and cut in half to use as bulletin inserts)
Youth Drinking Rates and Problems - A comparison of Europe and USA
Not Drinking? No excuse needed. (Dear Abby - 10/2009)
Click here for an informative website called "No Alcohol."
Click here for an informative website called "Citizens Against Drunk Driving."
Here is a copy of the Alcoholic Beverage Ordinance from the cities of Haleyville andCullman.
Click here for a sample "Letter to the Editor"
Click here for a sample resolution opposing alcohol sales
Click on the following for advertisements to place in the newspaper: #1, #2, #3, #4, #5,#6, #7
Click on the following for sample advertisements: #8, #9, #10, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16#17, #18, #19
Click here for an idea for a church bulletin insert.
Click here for a direct mail piece in postcard form.
Click on the following for a direct mail piece in booklet form: #1, #2.
Click here for Alcohol Justice fact sheets on alcohol issues.
Click here for stories of local wet/dry struggles.
Click here for "Drs. Oz and Roizen: Busting myths about alcohol."
 
(The Following map will be updated when posted by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board)
In Alabama there are 26 dry counties. However, municipalities that meet certain criteria can vote to go wet even if they are located within a dry county. The following map is provided by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board and shows those counties that are currently dry in yellow (municipalities within dry counties that are wet are identified with an "x" and if more than one municipality is wet within the dry county, more than one "x" will appear) Click here to see the names of those wet cities in dry counties:

Wet Cities

City Name - County
Albertville - Marshall
Aliceville - Pickens
Arab - Marshall
Ashland - Clay
Athens - Limestone
Blountsville - Blount
Boaz - Marshall
Brent - Bibb
Bridgeport - Jackson
Carbon Hill - Walker
Cedar Bluff - Cherokee
Centre - Cherokee
Centreville - Bibb
Chatom - Washington
Cleveland - Blount
Collinsville - DeKalb
Cordova - Walker
Cullman - Cullman
Decatur - Morgan
Dora - Walker
Elba - Coffee
Enterprise - Coffee
Fayette - Fayette
Florence - Lauderdale
Ft. Payne - DeKalb
Frisco City - Monroe
Geneva - Geneva
Good Hope - Cullman
Grove Hill - Clarke
Guin - Marion
Guntersville - Marshall
Haleyville - Marion
Haleyville - Winston
Hamilton - Marion
Hartselle - Morgan
Hollywood - Jackson
Jackson - Clarke
Jasper - Walker
Lineville - Clay
Monroeville - Monroe
Moulton - Lawrence
New Brockton - Coffee
Oneonta - Blount
Priceville - Morgan
Reform - Pickens
Rogersville - Lauderdale
Russellville - Franklin
St Florian - Lauderdale
Samson - Geneva
Scottsboro - Jackson
Slocomb - Geneva
Stevenson - Jackson
Sulligent - Lamar
Thomasville - Clarke
Town Creek - Lawrence
Winfield - Marion

Sunday Sales

City/County - Location - Type
Baldwin Co. - Specific Cities - All Types
Green Co - Dog Track - On Premises
Houston Co. - County-wide - On Premises
Jefferson Co. County-wide All Types
Lee Co. - County-wide - All Types
Lowndes Co. - County-wide - All Types
Macon Co. - County-wide - All Types
Madison Co. - County-wide - All Types
Mobile Co. - County-wide - All Types
Montgomery Co. - County-wide - All Types
Perry Co. - No Municipalities - All Types
Wilcox Co. - County-wide - Off Premise
Anniston - City-Wide - All Types
Auburn - City-Wide - All Types
Decatur - City-Wide - All Types
Florence - City-Wide - On Premises
Gadsden - City-Wide - All Types
Northport - City Only - All Types
Opelika - City Only - All Types
Phenix City - City Only - All Types
Prattville - City-Wide - On Premises
Riverside - City Only - All Types
Scottsboro - City Only - All Types
Sheffield - City Only - Restaurants/Motels Only
Tuscaloosa - City Only - All Types
Weaver - City Only - All Types
York - City Only - All Types

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BirminghamAL35244US

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