GHSA Chairman explains how the GHSA and states help keep teens safe on the road.
Oct
21
2014
National Teen Driver Safety Week is the perfect time to look at the role State Highway Safety Offices (SHSOs) play in keeping teens safe on our nation’s roadways. SHSOs are uniquely positioned...
Oct
15
2014
The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility applauds Michigan Governor Rick Snyder and the Michigan legislature for passing new laws that will improve drug testing and record-keeping for drug...
Judge Kavanaugh talks about high risk/high need drunk driving.
Oct
09
2014
Repeat or high risk/high need drunk drivers pose a tremendous risk to public safety. In many instances, these offenders are processed through the criminal justice system only to recidivate and return...
Michael Phelps was arrested a second time for drunk driving, making him a repeat DUI offender.
Oct
03
2014
Michael Phelps has certainly earned the right to enjoy a few drinks – after all, Americans have shared his victory each time he won an Olympic medal (and he’s earned 22 of them). While he...
Suffolk University Law School makes progress on DWI adjudication course to help students how to prosecute drunk driving cases.
Sep
29
2014
You’ll recall from our blog earlier this year that Judge Atkinson went to Suffolk University Law School to observe students learning about adjudicating DWI cases. Shortly after the Judge’...
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe and the Washington Regional Alcohol Program launched a new high visibility effort to reduce drunk driving.
Sep
25
2014
Today, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe and the Washington Regional Alcohol Program launched a new high visibility effort to reduce drunk driving. Among a crowd of law enforcement officials and...
Sep
22
2014
Ohio and Pennsylvania legislators are poised to act on proposed legislation that would significantly expand the use of ignition interlock devices (IIDs) for drunk drivers. The Foundation for...
Dr. Hans House discusses the issue of college binge drinking & alcohol over-consumption on college campuses.
Aug
29
2014
Across this nation, many college campuses will celebrate the end of August with the onset of football season.  Usually, this coincides with the beginning of classes.  This is true at the...
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...

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