A Good Bill in New Hampshire

In Youth Rights on January 8, 2016 by edwinforyouthrights Tagged:

Typed by Edwin Bonilla

A state legislator in New Hampshire has introduced a bill which allow young adults who are 18-20 years old to drink alcoholic beverages if there is a person who is 22 or older with them at a bar or restaurant. Overall Youth Rights supports a drinking age of 18 but a partial lowering of the drinking is a step in the right direction. Police departments in New Hampshire are against this good bill but civil rights and civil liberties should come first. Hopefully, this bill will become law. Elected officials should stop treating efforts to lower the drinking age as “political suicide”. It is better to be removed from office for doing something right than to perpetuate something wrong. Another legislator in New Hampshire’s legislature also supports this good bill. The movement to lower the drinking age to 18 is strengthening. We in this movement should give thanks to legislators who support lowering the drinking age since there is so much adultism in this country.


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