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Today millions of teens are drinking The Government spent 11 billion to combat alcohol and drug use but only 71 million to target underage drinking Today the government is trying to stop teen drinking The truth is they cant stop it It is literally impossible to control The government is spending way more money to stop teen drinking than the teens spending on alcohol So what do you think on underage drinking should the government let it slide for get the funding for this problem or should they keep pushing to stop underage drinking Well here some info on teen drinking to help you decide Beer and liquor lobbies show off voluntary codes that limit their ads to publications with mostly adult audiences But that standard still allows the industry to target young audiences The industry spent 75 million in 2001 for ads in Sports Illustrated In this audience 14 million readers ages 12 to 20 that prescribe to this Magazine But also in city studies it shows that most teens dont buy alcohol but get it from parents and friends So can that be stopped when the kid are getting the alcohol from there parents Study in New York show that only about 18 of the parents that buy for their kids that got caught for a MIP gets something done to them Like for example if a kid got beer from his parents in New York and got caught with it and he told the cops his parents bought it for him the kid most likely will get punished But even though what the parent did was illegal there is only a 18 chance something will happen to the parent and a 82 chance that something wont Thats sad when there is that kind of authority how can underage drinking be stopped Something that can help is there is a anti-teen drinking group like the we card group that goes school to school
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