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Underage Drinking: This is Your Life

30 years ago President Reagan signed the National Minimum Drinking Age Act (NMDAA) that requires states to make 21 as the minimum age for purchasing or public possessing alcohol. So, in light of that historic moment: NMDAA….This is Your Life. And what a life it has been thus far, ending blood borders, saving tens of thousands of young lives, and creating healthier communities.

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April is Alcohol Awareness Month

Now in its 28th year, April is recognized as Alcohol Awareness Month. During April, the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) and other organizations work to increase public awareness and understanding, reduce the stigma, and encourage local communities to focus on alcoholism and alcohol-related issues.

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The 21 Year-Old Minimum Drinking Age Law Still Saving Lives in the U.S.

Case Closed: Research Evidence on the Positive Public Health Impact of the Age 21 Minimum Legal Drinking Age in the United States is the latest research to once again definitely state that the 21-year-old minimum drinking age laws have reduced alcohol consumption by America’s youth and saved lives on our roads.

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Underage Drinking: A homegrown Remedy to stop it?

A new survey of teens finds 23 percent admit they have driven under the influence of alcohol, prescription drugs or marijuana. Almost 20 percent of teens who drink and drive say alcohol improves their driving, while 34 percent say the same about marijuana. This frightening perspective is clearly wrong.

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