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The federal government may require ads for alcoholic beverages to carry health warnings. The Treasury Department’s Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms could recommend such legislation to Congress in an effort to crack down on liquor marketing directed at children and teenagers. The ATF has also proposed a rule to change misleading packaging on products that appear to be non-alcoholic fruit drinks, such as wine coolers.
Earle Palmer Brown, New York, acquired DMTG, New York, a direct marketing and advertising agency with approximately $12 million in billings.

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