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Should U.S. lower drinking age?
The presidents of about 100 colleges and universities say current alcohol laws may actually encourage binge drinking on campuses. They say U.S. lawmakers should consider lowering the drinking age from 21 to 18. Critics, such as Mothers Against Drunk Driving, say the change would lead to more fatal car crashes and move the problem of underage drinking from college campuses to high schools. What do you think? Will a lower drinking age make campuses safer or just create new problems? Let us know in a short video.
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