LOKO LAW: Changes to Four-Loko drinks may be on the way thanks to the Iowa Attorney General

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It seems the federal government is listening to a request from the Iowa Attorney General.

Last November, Tom Miller teamed up with 34 other Attorney General’s to fight for changes to the drink Four-Loko.

The fruit flavored malt beverage is 12-percent alcohol for a 23.5 ounce can.

That’s about twice the size of a normal can of beer with nearly 5-times as much alcohol.

The federal trade commission is looking over a wave of complaints, mostly concerning the amount of alcohol and how it is marketed.

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