The Center for Alcohol Policy Essay Contest

The Center for Alcohol Policy's national essay contest is intended to foster debate, analysis and examination of state alcohol regulation. The topic for this year's contest is: "The 21st Amendment repealed Prohibition and put control over alcohol regulation directly in the hands of the states. Though each state's alcohol control policies are unique, they all include distinct regulations for different types of alcohol. Why are various types of alcohol regulated in different ways? Should they be?"The contest is open to all persons who are over the age of 18 as of December of the year of the contest. Students, academics, practicing attorneys, policymakers and members of the general public are encouraged to submit essays. Essays may be emailed mailed as a hard copy to the scholarship provider's mailing address.The essay should be submitted double-spaced with at least 12-point font in Times New Roman format and should not exceed 25 pages in length. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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