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FDA cracks down on alcohol-caffeine drink makers

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If people are looking for energy and alcohol at the same time, they may not be able to find such products much longer. As WUFT’s Jon Perry reports, the FDA says caffeineted alcohol drinks are now considered unsafe.

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