A Windsor man is facing numerous charges after he was stopped for suspected impaired driving early Friday morning in Grand Bend. Foot patrol officers from the Lambton County and Huron County detachments of the OPP noticed a vehicle being driven erratically shortly after 1 a. When the driver parked the vehicle in a lot, the officers approached it and spoke with him and determined that he had consumed an alcoholic beverage and was showing signs of impairment. The driver, identified by the OPP as year-old Jarrod Parker has been charged with operating while impaired by over 80 milligrams of alcohol in the blood. He will have an opportunity to defend himself against the charge in a Sarnia courtroom at a later date.
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The Liquor laws of Utah regulate the selling and purchasing of alcohol in the United States state of Utah and are some of the most restrictive in the United States. Current Utah law sets a limit of 3. In commercial facilities, the time at which alcohol may be served is limited, and alcohol may not be sold any later than a. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints , to which a majority of Utah residents belong,  advises against the consumption of alcohol for its members  in the Word of Wisdom given in the Doctrine and Covenants. Since , Utah's liquor industry all except 3.
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Yes, cancer risk starts to increase at small amounts, so the more you can cut down the more you can reduce your risk. Sticking within the government guidelines is a good place to start. Drinking alcohol causes 11, cases of cancer a year in the UK. Cutting back has lots of benefits other than reducing your cancer risk- including reducing the risk of accidents, high blood pressure and liver disease.