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Foundation funds liquor ad study

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The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, which has given nearly $20 million to help create the National Center for Tobacco Free Kids to fight tobacco use among kids, is starting a similar fight against alcohol use with a $370,931 grant to Michigan State University to study youth responses to broadcast liquor ads.

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