Indiana state Senator Jim Merritt today announced his lifeline law to combat underage drinking and alcohol-related emergency room visits on college campuses.
Aug
25
2014
When young people begin college, they are given newfound freedoms. But those freedoms come along with new risks, including the temptation to abuse alcohol. Today, about 40 percent of college students...
responsibility.org attended the NCSL Legislative Summit to discuss drunk driving, underage drinking and traffic safety policy with state legislators from around the country.
Aug
25
2014
The 40th Annual NCSL Legislative Summit, held last week in Minneapolis, offered legislators, staff, and organizations the chance to come together and discuss issues that are most important in the 50...
Responsibility.org sponsored a bill advocating for tougher drunk driving laws in Rhode Island.
Aug
08
2014
On Wednesday, the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility (Responsibility.org) joined Attorney General Peter Kilmartin, the Rhode Island chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), the...
In July, new laws passed by state legislatures this year will go into effect that address drunk driving and underage drinking.
Jun
30
2014
In July, new laws passed by state legislatures this year will go into effect that address drunk driving and underage drinking. We supported the passage of these laws according to our drunk driving...
Jun
27
2014
Sheriff John Whetsel is the Sheriff of Oklahoma County, Oklahoma and currently serves as Chair of the National Sheriffs’ Association Traffic Safety Committee. Formerly, he served as the Chief...
Jun
02
2014
What a great month of May! During Global Youth Traffic Safety Month (GYTSM), the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility was as busy as ever with our outreach efforts on teen driver...
May
21
2014
Yesterday, the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility participated in Congressman Marc Veasey’s Health and Fitness Expo in the foyer of the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington...
May
16
2014
Though Americans are driving more than ever, the number of motor vehicle fatalities continues to decline, including the involvement in fatal crashes among 15 to 19-year-old drivers. Unfortunately,...
May
07
2014
Last week, FAAR participated in a kickoff of the 8th annual Global Youth Traffic Safety Month with the National Organizations for Youth Safety (NOYS) in Washington, DC. We are proud to partner with...
Michigan study shows positive results on DUI recidivism rates
Apr
30
2014
In 2010, the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility (FAAR) supported a new law enacted by the Michigan Legislature that would allow repeat drunk driving offenders to receive restricted...

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