Here's a reason never to complain about Ohio's 12 percent limit on alcohol in beer: It could be worse. You could live in Mississippi. That state has the lowest limit in the United States at 5 percent. But beer drinkers in Mississippi are rejoicing over a proposal working its way through the state legislature that would increase the limit to 8 percent. "If you're Baptist and can't stand this bill, then hold your nose and vote for it," state Rep. Steve Holland told fellow lawmakers, as quoted by the Biloxi Sun-Herald. "We're talking about specialty beers that every other state has. We're the last state in the Union to have this." Anheuser-Busch InBev has even stepped up to support the effort, called Raise Your Pints Mississippi. Last year, Ohio beer drinkers bemoaned the fact that lawmakers killed a proposal at the last minute that would have boosted Ohio's limit from 12 percent to 18 percent. Again, it could be worse.