If it can help save lives I think it makes it worth it I do not agree with the

If it can help save lives i think it makes it worth

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can prevent DUIs which can lead to fatalities. If it can help save lives, I think it makes it worth it. I do not agree with the logic that when laws are too difficult or expensive to enforce that we should dispense of them. To agree with that would be like saying, it is too difficult to prevent drug use so we will legalize it. It is too difficult to prevent people from drinking and driving so we will make it legal. Children continue to drive before the age 16 without any form of license so we will lower the age to 13. (Sounds ridiculous, doesn't it?)
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Which of the following does Hurley use to support his conclusion? statistics showing how driving fatalities go down when the drinking age is increased and up when the drinking age is decreased Many complex societal issues involve numerous competing arguments rather than a single, straightforward, indisputable answer. How does Leslie Stahl summarize the “conundrum” of the minimum-21 drinking law? Leslie advocates that the conundrum is that a law that has reduced highway deaths may be contributing to an increase in off highway deaths.
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  • Spring '13
  • Sheffield
  • Law, Drinking culture, younger age, Alcohol law, Legal drinking age

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