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UPDATE: You would think with such availability that hundreds of teenagers would be getting killed drinking and driving. At least, that is what we are told by defenders of the state Liquor Control Board.
In reality, that is not the case.
In 2010, Ohio had 43 underage drinking and driving fatalities. Pennsylvania, 53 - for a 1.5 per 100,000 rate, to Ohio's 1.3. So the next time some apparachik of the LCB tries to tell you that having well-compensated union workers in charge of dispensing alcohol to the public is important for safety reasons, you can tell them to save it for more gullible voters.
Incidentally and oddly, Ohio's underage drinkers seem to prefer Keystone Light over Buckeye state brews like Stroh's. My sources on this are impeccable.