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Barkeeps Shrink Servings as Beer Prices Rise

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Barkeeps Shrink Servings as Beer Prices Rise

Barkeeps Shrink Servings as Beer Prices Rise

Barkeeps Shrink Servings as Beer Prices Rise

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Host Renee Montagne has today's Last Word in business.

RENEE MONTAGNE, Host:

But the Wall Street Journal reports that beer activists are on the prowl, measuring pints and outing offenders. One activist in Oregon wants state regulators to enforce a 16 ounce rule. Something like in the U.K., where the imperial pint - equivalent to about 19 ounces - has been a government standard for centuries.

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