TULSA - With spring break just around the corner, Oklahoma's ABLE Commission will be watching carefully to reduce underage drinking.
The commission says it will expand its focus beyond just places that are licensed to sell alcohol. They will be keeping a close eye on parties, watching for anyone passing a fake ID and enforcing the state's social host laws.
Agents will begin this enhanced enforcement immediately and expect to continue it through graduation season.
The agency says underage drinking cost Oklahoma $831 million in 2010.
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