Ohio Lawmakers Move to Ban Powdered Alcohol

"The potential for abuse of this product far outweighs any value it may have in the marketplace," claims professional buzz-killer.

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We have powdered coffees, powdered juices, powdered soups, powdered eggs, powdered milk.

Why not powdered alcohol? After all, it's light, portable and convenient.

But we'll abuse it, two Ohio lawmakers say.

Reps. Ron Gerberry, D-Austintown, and Jim Buchy, R-Greenville, introduced House Bill 594 to prohibit the sale of powdered or crystalline alcohol in Ohio.

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