Keep the drinking age at 21 - tribunedigital-chicagotribune
Let's keep our young people focused on fulfilling their great personal promise. Keep the drinking age at 21, and give our youth the time and support needed to learn about life, social norms and keeping alcohol in perspective.
Keep drinking age at 21 | The Seattle Times
It is proven that the earlier someone starts to drink, the more chances there are for them to become an alcoholic later on. This is because the your brain is still developing even into your 2o's, which can cause you to become addicted to alcohol. Lots of college campuses have drinking problems, that are getting in the way of getting the full education they need. People have came to conclusion that teenagers will drink no matter what the MLDA is, but keeping the drinking age at 21 will prevent younger kids from getting into danger.
By keeping the drinking age at 21, young people who already have poor judgment are prevented from making the wrong choice. This would protect the individual and society at large from negative consequences such as DUI accidents. Therefore, government is doing its job by keeping the drinking age higher to protect, guide and help its citizens.