Russian wants War on (fake) Alcohol

More than 40,000 Russians die each year from poisonous alcohol substitutes. And one lawmaker has had enough, and he's asking his colleagues to take action. First Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, who's in charge of improving quality of life and social conditions, said that widespread alcohol abuse is threatening the nation. So to begin, he's asking for help to stop the selling of fake alcohol and fake vodka, which is sold for cheap but often times turns out to be exceedingly dangerous and in many cases, poisonous.
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