Judge Grube explores the ins-and-outs of adjudicating different types of underage drinking cases from a judicial perspective.
Mar
03
2015
Many of us judges do not encounter underage drinking cases regularly, and when we do, the encounter is a brief one at best. Juvenile alcohol offenders (those under age 18), are often diverted from us...
Feb
25
2015
Roberto, age 15, was at his junior prom waiting for some friends to pick him up to go to an after party. He was spotted stumbling around the school parking lot and appeared to be drinking from an...
Dr. David Anderson of George Mason University argues Dartmouth's hard-liquor ban won't curb students' irresponsible drinking
Feb
13
2015
Having recently heard about Dartmouth College’s initiative to address heavy drinking, I am pleased to see they are taking an aggressive approach. While heavy and binge drinking among college...
Jennifer Diaz, Ed.S., LPC is a School Counselor at White Oak Elementary School in Buford, Georgia and a finalist for the American School Counseling Association’s 2015 School Counselor of the Year.
Feb
12
2015
With all the focus on college and career readiness that our educational world is feeling, I consider myself lucky.  In fact, I’ve always considered myself lucky to have had a direction...
Responsibility.org supports Kentucky House Bill 60, introduced by Representative Dennis Keene, requiring the use of ignition interlock devices (IIDs) for all convicted DUI offenders.
Feb
03
2015
The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility (Responsibility.org) supports Kentucky House Bill 60, introduced by Representative Dennis Keene. If passed, HB 60 will require the use of ignition...
NTSB 2015 Most Wanted List of Transportation Safety Improvements
Jan
13
2015
Drunk and Drugged Driving Among Top Concerns Each year, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) releases a “Most Wanted List,” a list of 10 safety concerns that warrant urgent...
Photo: Patrick Semansky, AP
Dec
19
2014
Olympic champion Michael Phelps walked into the Baltimore City District Court and pled guilty to drunk driving. For this, his second impaired driving offense in the span of a decade, Phelps received...
Responsibility.org teamed up with GHSA to bring you charts on the data released from NHTSA about the decrease in drunk driving in 2014.
Dec
19
2014
Data released today by the Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) once again shows a decrease in the number of motor vehicle and drunk driving...
Dec
18
2014
This year, the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility is pleased to honor 19 state legislators with our Leadership Award for their continued dedication to the prevention of drunk...
Kevin Quinlan award recipients pose for a picture with President & CEO of Responsibility.org Ralph Blackman.
Nov
25
2014
Each year, the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility holds a fun, educational event on Capitol Hill to remind staff and local partners to stay safe during the holidays. This year’s...

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