Should bars stock non-alcoholic beer?

Should bars stock non-alcoholic beer?
In this Sunday, March 22, 2009 photo, a man carries two beers back to his seat during a spring training baseball game in Kissimmee, Fla. (AP Photo/Rob Carr)

SAN ANTONIO, Texas - A prosecutor here thinks the state of Texas should require bars and restaurants to stock non-alcoholic beers and wines.

Texas leads the nation in drunk-driving related deaths, according to Cliff Herberg, assistant district attorney in Bexar County.

"Particularly in bars, drinking has a social component to it, people want to feel like part of the group," he told CNN.

He said if people are drinking things that smell and taste like beer or wine, they will stay sober and feel included in the fun.

Some bar owners counter that they don't want the governement getting more involved with their business.