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Name: Donquell Newsom Date: September 13, 2010 EN34   Unit 4 Persuasive Writing “Business Letter to a Congressperson” Grade: _____/100 Directions: Write a multi-paragraph business letter in which you persuade a  Congressperson or a local school board member to change or keep one of the following: Driving Age Requirement from 16 to 18 Graduation Credit Requirement from 21 to 22 Voting Age from 18 to 21 Mandatory State Testing Requirements Mandatory School Attendance Laws School Dress Code Requirements Closed Campus Policies College Entrance Requirements Begin typing your business letter below: 2040 Coral Gables Phoenix, AZ 85029 9/13/2010 Jon L. Kyl, Senator District Office 2200 East Camelback, Suite 120 Phoenix, Arizona 85016-1891 Dear Senator Kyl, My name is Donquell Newsom. How are you good senator? I must say you are doing a pretty good job of helping Arizona even better than John McCain I am writing to tell you exactly why I think you should oppose raising the driving age from 16 years to 18 years. BY the time your done reading this I feel quite positive that you will agree. For one not all teens drive just like one another. But some people don’t care, for instance take Robert Davis and contributing authors Anthony Debarros, Barbara Hansen, Jayne O’ Donnell who all collaborated on an article published on 3/2/2005 1:51 am and updated 3/2/2005 9:42 am. The controlling thesis in the opening paragraph of this article states: Raise the driving age to save teenagers and their passengers because they are the most dangerous drivers on the road.
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But would that really be a fair view because the article is classifying all teens as one when we all know that there are teens who are much more mature than others who are not really mature at all. They reason that scientific studies show teenagers are the roads most dangerous drivers. Brain Researchers say that the weak-link in all teens is “The Executive
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