Alabama President Issues Statement on Alcohol Controversy

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University of Alabama president Stuart Bell has joined a growing chorus of critics regarding the City of Tuscaloosa tax policy that has effectively shelved the Crimson Tide's plans to serve alcohol at sporting events.

Once the university made those plans public, the city unveiled a policy that would translate to ticket price increases of $1 per ticket for events with crowds between 1,000 and 19,999 people, $2 per ticket for events with capacities between 20,000 and 49,999, and $3 for events with more than 50,000 people. 

Related: Alabama Alcohol Sales on Hold Amid New Tuscaloosa Policy

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