National Minimum Drinking Age Act

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    legal drinking age be lowered to the age of 18? if They are going to be considered an adult at that age, They should be able to drink like an adult.The legal drinking age in the United States should be lowered to 18 years of age, if people in their late teens are expected to act as an adult they should have all the privileges of an adult. The national drinking age should be lowered to 18. Are they not adults? colleges and universities around the united states think that the drinking age…

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    their children abusing alcohol. This guide gives you the knowledge you need to bring you up to date on the latest information and laws regarding underage drinking, providing an honest examination of the issues as well as some tools to take action. In addition, this guide not only suggests ways to talk with your child about responsible drinking, but can also be used to start a conversation about drugs, sex, and other topics adolescents face. Remember, communication is key. We want to make sure…

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    occurred with underage drinking. The number of teens who have been drinking has increased dramatically in the past couple years. This is a huge problem because drinking can cause health risks and can cause teens to get into deadly situations. Underage drinking usually happens when teens are unsupervised, under peer pressure,or even when parents let their children. These are just some reasons why underage drinking is becoming a problem. One of my solutions to stop underage drinking is to educate…

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    Underage drinking has been going on for years, but it time to put a stop to it. As administrators, parents, and a community we should create an ongoing campaign. The campaign should focus on addressing high school and college campus children. This campaign should eventually help to decrease the number of underage drinking statistics. To address the underage drinking problem, it is going to be important to make sure students are educated and understand the negative effects alcohol will have on…

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    The discussion of changing the minimum legal drinking age back to 18 has been a “reverent” discussion since the minimum legal drinking age was changed to 21 years old. We, the United States, has one of the highest minimum legal drinking ages in world where it is legal to drink and this is a good property we have. The minimum drinking age should not be legally lowere due to the medical risks, hidden dangers, and the developments that are still happening to your body during this time. There are…

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    By the end of the year, approximately 5,000 underage kids will die of drinking related causes and 190,000 others will be seriously injured. Society and many organizations are constantly trying to fight these unnecessary tragedies and Cal Poly can too. The first step is to realize that underage drinking will happen regardless of rules and regulations stating otherwise. Sober supervision of drinking activities is one of the ways that we can assure preventable incidents can be avoided. However, Cal…

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    Lower The Drinking Age

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    common: they are often associated with drunk driving. In most countries, even developed countries, people are able to drink at the age of eighteen. In some countries, about 61%, the drinking age is commonly eighteen or nineteen (Minimum Legal Drinking Age). In America, however, the national drinking age has recently been ruled as 21 (Griggs). The national drinking age should be overall lowered to eighteen because it will lessen the risk of accidents, discourage teenagers to rebel, and offer a…

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    Alcoholism Ruining Society

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    is causing accidents and people are dying. In the United States, the drinking age is 21, but there are some teenagers that drink and drive out in the streets.Some teenagers who drink and drive can cause accidents and can hurt someone else. When you drink, it can control your actions and can cause the people around you to be affected as well. There are some teenagers that can drink in european countries at the age of 16. Drinking is one of the problems today that it should be fixed because it…

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    The combination of energy drinks mixed with alcohol can be very dangerous. Drinkers may experience and increase in physical and psychological effects. Although a number of energy alcoholic drinks have had negative views in the media, all energy alcoholic drinks do not need to be banned. Drinkers need to keep in mind to limit themselves to a responsible amount of drink in which they are able to handle. Banning energy alcoholic drinks will not significantly provide benefits for the public. A ban…

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    prevent accidents by teen drivers should we raise the age limit from 16 to 18? Or have every state adopt graduated driver’s license?Some graduated driver’s license only let 16 year olds drive during the daytime or with an adult for a certain amount of hours. Raising the driving age from 16 to 18 is a terrible idea. Having bad drivers at 16 then raising the age limit. There will be bad drivers at age 18. Teens should be able to drive starting at age 16 to get to work, school, or hanging…

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