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RG 048, Teenage Alcoholic Use Study Commission
Inventory of Records
Finding aid prepared by Connecticut State Library staff.
Copyright © 2007 by the Connecticut State Library
The General Assembly formed the Commission in 1965 (Special Act 257) to study the problem of teenage alcoholic use and implement the recommendations of the earlier (1961) Teenage Liquor Law Coordination Commission, including the holding of a state-wide education conference on the subject. Arthur Lewis was the Commission's chair, and it held the conference in the Capitol on December 6, 1966. After it issued its report, Teenage Drinking in Connecticut, the Commission went out of business in 1967.
This record group contains minutes of meetings, a transcript of the conference, meeting notices and agendas, background papers, reference files, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and Soundscriber discs.
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RG 005:034, John Dempsey gubernatorial records
G251tL rep, Report of the Teenage Liquor Law Coordination Commission
G256ta tedr, Teenage Drinking in Connecticut : A Report of the Teenage Alcohol Use Study Commission of the General Assembly, State of Connecticut
Connecticut. Teenage Alcoholic Use Study Commission
Alcoholism -- Connecticut -- Prevention
Connecticut. Teenage Alcoholic Use Study Commission -- Records and correspondence
Liquor laws -- Connecticut
Teenagers -- Alcohol use -- Connecticut
Youth -- Alcohol use -- Connecticut
Received from Assistant Clerk of House of Representatives, July 1967.