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Alcohol Law

Alcohol and Driving While Intoxicated Alcohol is a drug, a very popular drug. Alcohol has been around for a long time, and people have always enjoyed it's effects. Many people have passions for alcohol, some people have refrigerators filled with beer, many others are wine connoisseurs. Alcohol always seems to liven up the party. But no madder what your preference is, alcohol can be very dangerous when combined with the operation of an automobile. If you can remember only a few things...

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STRICTER DUI LAWS IN WISCONSIN??? There are times when people drive home under the influence of alcohol. Many times, people get home without getting pulled over by the local police department, sheriff’s department or the state patrol. Drivers who do get pulled over for drunk driving will be arrested and need to hire an attorney. Lawyers represent men and women in the courtroom, and negotiate lighter sentences with judge and district attorney’s office, there are even times when the case...

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Alluring Alcohol

Alluring Alcohol The Deadly Mistake More Women Are Making was an article featured in Cosmopolitan magazine's October 2011 edition. The typical readers of this magazine are college-aged females and older, and as school was just starting back, the timing of this article was more than a coincidence. Stephanie Booth, a popular blogger and MBA graduate presents her article in a stern, yet reflective manner. She uses statistics, polls and radical stories to keep the attention...

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Drinking Age MN

age. With many alcohol-related injuries and deaths in teens, possible loss of federal funds, and Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) protests, the Minnesota Minimum Drinking Age Act changed the minimum drinking age from eighteen to twenty-one. As a result, people have become more educated, alcohol related injuries and deaths have declined, and the state has saved over twenty-two million dollars. Before 1984, a person in Minnesota who was eighteen years old could drink alcohol legally. That all...

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Drinking Age Should Be Lowered

adult crimes, and even die for your country, but you cannot consume alcohol. To me that is discriminating against people in the age group of 18-20. As of now, adults over 21 years old are allowed to drink in places such as restaurants, bars, and some other controlled environments. Adults over the age of 21 could work to be seen as role models and promote responsible drinking. They could teach younger adults about the affects of alcohol and how it can affect your ability to function properly. Sensible...

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Arguementative Essay

Should Tougher Drinking & DUI Laws Be Enforced? Drunk driving is the act of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. Because a person's motor skills are impaired while drunk, driving under the influence is a major threat to public safety and is a criminal offense in most countries. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that “40% of total traffic deaths in the United States are due to drunk driving” (GET INVOLVED). To determine whether or not someone...

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Lowering the Drinking Age

drinking age throughout all 50 states has been the same since 1984 when a law was put in place by the U.S. Congress punishing all states who did not abide by the legal age limit of 21. Since this law was put into place, it has become one of the most widely studied laws in history. While there are many arguments and new bills being created to reduce this age, especially among college universities, all have failed to become law. Over half of adults agree that lowering the drinking age would increase...

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Should the Legal Drinking Age Be 18

United States has set the law to age twenty-one. This age determination has been causing controversial issues evident throughout the country for decades.           As history is told, in the early seventies, twenty- nine states chose to lower the drinking age to eighteen. In response to a national mood against drunk driving, the National Minimum Drinking Age Act of 1984 became relevant and required all states to raise their minimum purchase and public possession of alcohol age to 21. States that did...

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The Radical 21 (Argumentative Essay on Legal Drinking Age)

On June 28th, 1984, President Ronald Reagan signed the Minimum Drinking Age Act into law. This was a sad day for America - it marked the verge of a period where brave soldiers sacrificing their lives at war could not even legally enjoy a beer and where 20 year-old couples could not even have a sip of champagne at their own wedding. As if this was not enough, the saddest part in this mischief is that it made our problems even worse. Prohibitionists are very naïve, if not imbecile, people. In the...

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of 21. The group contends that the current policy hasn’t actually deterred alcohol abuse among college-age students; instead, it’s forced these young people to imbibe in a “culture of dangerous, clandestine binge-drinking,” which might sound familiar to, oh, just about anyone who attended college, has seen a college-themed movie, or has heard the word “college.” So if this policy might not be the best way to deter alcohol abuse, how did we end up with a drinking age of 21 in the first place? In...

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