The minimum drinking age needs to be lowered in order to create experienced and responsible drinkers for the future. The excuse that the government gives to young people, that they lack maturity and judgement, is condescending and ultimately creates a country where the youth does indeed lack maturity and judgement in regards to alcohol. If the Malaysia does not lower the minimum drinking age, then the problems that this country has with alcohol will increase. Lowering the drinking age to eighteen will not fix all of the drinking problems, but it will allow for an earlier introduction of teenagers to alcohol where they are more responsible and experienced for the
Most drinkers die at a younger age due to alcohol poisoning and other issues which would increase with a lower age. This should not be something that we should take lightly, and lowering the drinking age would make this issue worse because more people would end up dying from drinking. Younger drinkers would have a higher risk of death, mostly because their bodies are not fully developed yet. Drinking when brains are not fully developed can slow down the development and learning process. Another reason the age should not be lowered is
Over the years, there have been debates about lowering the drinking age in the United States to eighteen. People argue that if a person can fight in the military or vote in elections, then he or she should be allowed the right to drink alcohol. Others feel that it is not wise to lower the legal drinking age because the results would be dangerous. Although there are arguments for lowering the drinking age, there is also an abundance of research that proves lowering the drinking age would be destructive. The legal drinking age should not be lowered to eighteen because it will give high school and even middle school students greater access to alcohol, interfere with brain development, adult rights begin at twenty-one, and increase traffic accidents among the youth.
Lots A has much less such as a public bus and other stuff. A public to transport poorer people would be great in Lots A than other Lots. The government agencies should think twice about buying from either Lot B and C. Thinking more about the cons about each Lots. Lots A, has much more poorer people including immigrants who needs to be transported to point A to point B and without that that, they would become even more poorer. Lots B is a middle class and close to upper class like Lots C, so why should they be given a public transportation there.
So after the tryouts when the kids find out they didn’t make the team they may feel discouraged and quit sports altogether. “Coaches are more likely to take experienced players than walk-ons,” says Bill Pennington, a writer from the New York Times. This means, if experienced players, who had played on the team before come to tryouts they would be chosen over a new player. In the coach’s opinion, it is better to pick a team of experienced players rather than new kids who would like a spot on the team. “...tryouts are not setting good examples by allowing kids to believe others are better and that they’re not good enough,” says Alyssa C. a journalist for the BlueTimes.
Many who disagree with the drinking age believe that when someone can pay taxes or enlist in the military they should be able to make their own decisions about drinking. On the contrary the opposing side believes that the legal drinking age of 21 causes less alcohol related deaths. The pro-18 group believes a legal drinking age of 18 could be safer than 21 because as of
Decisions made over this could potentially affect the safety of all citizens. It also affects the amount of money that Americans spend in tax dollars each year. An increase in military would increase the safety of our country while also raising the amount of money paid in taxes. On the other hand, decreasing the military size could potentially leave America at a disadvantage when it comes to protecting the homeland, but there would be less tax money paid. The debate lies essentially on whether our military would be able to withstand heavy attacks with reductions in numbers or if it would need to sustain its current size to uphold against any potential heavy attacks.
When they start to replace our jobs, the jobs we have today will be gone. A major part of the question would be where are people going to find an income to provide to their families. Their argument would be that only owners of the different companies would be able to have an income. “And at Google, the biggest seller of online ads, software does much of the selling and placing of search ads, meaning there is much less need for salespeople”(Miller). Lower classes of people would not be able to obtain jobs untroublesome, due to the level of education they obtain.
“One would also expect a decline in the number of birth because at least some women who would have been deterred from seeking an illegal abortion would want to terminate their pregnancies by abortion if it is legal” (Tietze, 1975, p.123). The number of newborn will decrease because more women would undergo an abortion if it was legalized. This will have a major effect on population growth. Population growth is made up of the number of people born minus the number of people dead. Then decreasing the number of newborn will decrease population growth.
The national insurance may lower the income of the doctors and no have a strong incentive to encourage the health care provider to provide better health care services or medication. This may lead the young generations reduce the interest to become a health care provider. In the last, this will result shortage of the health care provider in the future and may create a big problem in the future. Without the health care provider, the healthy population in the country may face the hardship and may very difficult to handle and solve the problem. In the conclusion, the national insurance brings the pros and cons together.
The adult population might also be dwindling for a variety of reasons like increased migration to neighboring cities or increasing mortality rate. In fact, the reduced adult population might be the cause of the decrease birth rate. Consequently, without numbers that back the committee 's conclusion of the adult population increase, the argument falls apart. A census should be performed and juxtaposed with the previous known data about the adult population in Calatrava. If there is a significant decline in the adult population, it would not be justified to allocate additional funds to the adult population.
Raising the minimum wage isn 't entirely beneficial. It could potentially lead to more unemployment as some businesses may reduce their number of employees or reduce their hours in order to offset the cost of paying a higher minimum wage. Some may also increase the prices of products or services offered. It can also possibly lead to a decreased interest in college education since minimum wage jobs are paid almost the same or can be more than what jobs requiring college education pay. On the bright side, there is greater purchasing power for workers with the revenue going back to businesses they patronize and products or services they avail of or purchase.
The last suggestion that could increase voter turnout would be removing the registration process to vote. Younger voters are not familiar with the voting registration process or they think it is too complicated. This unfamiliarity and thought of the process being confusing deters the younger people from registering to vote in the first place. By removing this process, voters can just show up to cast their votes and move on with their day without worrying about this potentially confusing process. These three methods combined could increase the voter turnout for each
Clearly, I want the drinking age to be lowered to a younger age. I believe that by lowering the drinking age, there could be less drunk driving, less dangerous environments and less problems with the law enforcement. I honestly, do not see why it is such a huge deal to lower the drinking age. So many teens drink and I can guarantee you, that they would go ahead and sit up a petition on lowering the drinking age. Also if the drinking age is lowered, there might be less teens underage drinking.
From what I 've seen, the best solution and also the most simple solution is lowering the drinking age from 21 to 18. This would reduce the number significantly. Notonly would there be a vast number of people that are within that three year but more teens would lose interest in breaking the law as reaching 18 isn 't as long as reaching 21. This change would be for the greater good and there would be more responsible