The state of Washington has recently voted to ban the sale of alcoholic energy drinks. The vote this morning comes after nine underage students at Central Washington University became dangerously ill after consuming a caffeinated malt beverage called Four Loko at a party in Roslyn on Oct. 8. Nine students went to the hospital and one ended up in the intensive care unit. The blood alcohol levels of the students who were hospitalized ranged from 0.123 to 0.35. A blood alcohol content (BAC) of 0.3 and above is considered potentially fatal.