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New Years Eve alcohol-related deaths on a 10-year decline

There have been no alcohol-related deaths on New Years Eve the past two years in Minnesota. That's helped the overall trend stay on the decline. Ten years ago alcohol consumption contributed to 28 deaths in the state.
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There have been no alcohol-related deaths on New Years Eve the past two years in Minnesota. That's helped the overall trend stay on the decline. Ten years ago alcohol consumption contributed to 28 deaths in the state.

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