Smith, associate professor with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg College of Public Wellness. Our findings suggest further limitations and enhanced federal oversight may be necessary to protect public wellness. Alcohol is intensely marketed in the United States: Alcohol businesses spend at least $4 billion a yr on promotion; around $847 million was allocated to magazine advertising alone from 2008 to 2010. At least 14 research have found that the more teenagers are exposed to alcohol advertising, the more likely they are to drink, or if they are already drinking, to drink more. Federal regulation of alcoholic beverages marketing and advertising is minimal.Two % of taxpayers – about 62,000 – were found not to earn enough for health care, avoiding fines. Under the landmark rules, taxpayers must show they are insured or face penalties. The numbers were based on a review of 86 % of expected taxes filers for 2007. The state’s first-in-the-nation universal health insurance law required everyone in the condition to be insured by July 2007, except for those who secured a waiver proving they couldn’t afford insurance. Gov. Deval Patrick said the known reality that 95 % of filers were insured displays the 2006 law is normally making progress.