Feds Spend $3M to Find Out Why Clubbers Get Drunk and Aggressive

Perhaps unaware of centuries of evidence that suggests some kind of connection between excessive alcohol consumption and aggressive behavior on the part of revelers, including its own, the U.S. government launched a series of studies to learn more in 2014. Since then, the cumulative tab for the ongoing studies into the behavior of alcohol-consuming nightclub customers has cost U.S. taxpayers nearly $3 million.
Thomas Phippen of the Daily Caller dredged up the details of this not-quite-so-cutting edge research:
The government has spent nearly $3 million studying people who drink and become aggressive at nightclubs since 2014, and found, among other things, that

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