Trouble Brewing

Last week I wrote about Pabst creatively interpreting the law to make whiskey, which would otherwise have to be marketed as moonshine, by running it through a barrel for five seconds. Sometimes a beer company’s creativity can get it in trouble, however. If you’ve watched any of the NCAA tournament this year, you’ve probably seen […]

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New Advertising Law Drug Through Legislative Process

Every Spring I suffer horrible hay fever. If I venture outdoors, I turn into a sneezy, snotty, and weepy mess. But thank goodness for medicine. The prescription-strength meds I could only get from my doctor are now available over-the-counter, many in generic form. If I don’t take my meds, I’m disgusting and miserable. But I’ll […]

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Not Mint Condition

When we were kids, my buddy, Pearl, and I loved to go to the movies. Back then we could buy our ticket, some candy and a soda for $5. I would usually buy Milk Duds, but Pearl favored Junior Mints. Because we were huge Milwaukee Bucks fans, Pearl would bring a pen to the theater […]

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