Cocaine, Heroine, Methamphetamine, PCP are all illegal and destructive to communities and families. Alcohol is Legal and cuts across economic, educational and class lines for a much greater impact on society than all of these other drugs.

Today host Keith Brown El talks with Jim Ready of the Regulated Industries Department of KCMO about how the sale of alcohol is regulated in KC and who can get a liquor license. The Keith talks with Martha Means of the KCMO Municipal Prosecutors office about what happens when someone’s alcohol use gets them in trouble with the law.

Calendar of Events

If you worked at the Bendix/Honeywell nuclear weapons plant from 1949-1993 and you or immediate family members have contracted any of the 22 cancers qualified by the Special Exposure Cohort you may be eligible for compensation for your injuries and medical care. You may want to attend the Status Report/Claims Update, Town Hall Meeting, Tonight, 12 August 5:00pm-8:00pm, at the SOUTHEAST COMMUNITY CENTER, 4201 E 63TH ST KCMO.

Tonight, Monday August 5th is the monthly meeting of the Criminal Justice Task Force. They will meet from 6:45 to 8:45PM at the Church of the Good Shepard, 4947 NE Chouteau Drive, KCMO. If you are interested in more information contact Robin Johnson at 816-468-7894.

The National Night Out Against Crime will be celebrated in Kansas City, Kansas, Tuesday August 6th, from 4-8pm at the National Guard Armory. 18th and Ridge. That is about 2 blocks North of I-70 on 18th Street in KCKS. The Game Kart will be available with activities for the kids and the program will start at 7pm. There will be prizes and loads of information.

ON Jaws of Justice Radio | August 5, 2013 | 9:00 am

Alcohol – Legal and Lethal, What Can We Do To Protect Our Community And Families? Part 2

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Cocaine, Heroine, Methamphetamine, PCP are all illegal and destructive to communities and families. Alcohol is Legal and cuts across economic, educational and class lines for a much greater impact on society than all of these other drugs.

Today host Keith Brown El talks with Jim Ready of the Regulated Industries Department of KCMO about how the sale of alcohol is regulated in KC and who can get a liquor license. The Keith talks with Martha Means of the KCMO Municipal Prosecutors office about what happens when someone’s alcohol use gets them in trouble with the law.

Calendar of Events

If you worked at the Bendix/Honeywell nuclear weapons plant from 1949-1993 and you or immediate family members have contracted any of the 22 cancers qualified by the Special Exposure Cohort you may be eligible for compensation for your injuries and medical care. You may want to attend the Status Report/Claims Update, Town Hall Meeting, Tonight, 12 August 5:00pm-8:00pm, at the SOUTHEAST COMMUNITY CENTER, 4201 E 63TH ST KCMO.

Tonight, Monday August 5th is the monthly meeting of the Criminal Justice Task Force. They will meet from 6:45 to 8:45PM at the Church of the Good Shepard, 4947 NE Chouteau Drive, KCMO. If you are interested in more information contact Robin Johnson at 816-468-7894.

The National Night Out Against Crime will be celebrated in Kansas City, Kansas, Tuesday August 6th, from 4-8pm at the National Guard Armory. 18th and Ridge. That is about 2 blocks North of I-70 on 18th Street in KCKS. The Game Kart will be available with activities for the kids and the program will start at 7pm. There will be prizes and loads of information.

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