Watch: Scotland institutes minimum price law to tackle alcohol crisis

Home of whisky, Scotland has made a major step toward disrupting the nation’s widespread alcohol problem. Starting May 1 of this year, all alcohol will have a minimum price, an attempt to curb sales. Scotland reports that more than a quarter of its citizens drank to harmful levels last year, and alcohol deaths are up 10% from 2015. Scots drink more than 40% than Americans, but seem skeptical. Will this new regulation work?

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