Internet alcohol sales: A new way for kids to beat the system?

06/10/2004 | USA Today

American wineries pressing for change to laws preventing them from selling products directly to consumers say tough, online screenings would prevent minors from ordering alcohol over the Internet. While the wineries argue that local stores' failure to catch fake IDs is a bigger issue, wholesaler opponents believe allowing direct producer-consumer sales would create a virtual "vending machine" of booze for kids.

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