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Every year we try to thank State Attorneys General that worked to fight drunk driving and underage drinking in their states. State Attorneys General can do a lot of good in their communities by taking on this fight, making their roads safe and their children healthy. We salute these tireless public servants for their efforts, and thank them for their service.

Attorney General Thubert Baker (D-GA)
Over the years, Attorney General Baker has hosted many of The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility’s programs in Georgia in an effort to fight underage drinking and drunk driving. These have included the Brandon Tells His Story program for high school students, Ask, Listen, Learn: Kids and Alcohol Don’t Mix middle school initiative, and Girl Talk for high school girls. AG Baker has raised public awareness by taping public service announcements to spread the message to all Georgians about the need to talk to our youth about the dangers of underage drinking. Additionally, he has been a leader in the legislature working to strengthen the penalties for providing to underage individuals and drunk driving.

Attorney General Jon Bruning (R-NE)
In May of 2010, Attorney General Bruning hosted an Ask, Listen, Learn: Kids and Alcohol Don’t Mix program at Scott Middle School in Lincoln, Nebraska. AG Bruning also filmed a public service announcement (PSA) with five-time Olympic athlete and swimmer, Dara Torres, to encourage youth to live a healthy and active lifestyle and remain alcohol-free.


Attorney General Steve Bullock (D-MT)
In February of 2010, Attorney General Bullock hosted a Cops in Shops program in Missoula, Montana. Cops in Shops is a program that was developed to help stop minors from attempting to purchase alcohol illegally and to also deter adults who purchase alcohol for minors. Additionally in 2010, AG Bullock filmed a public service announcement (PSA) with five-time Olympic athlete and swimmer, Dara Torres, to encourage youth to live a healthy and active lifestyle and remain alcohol-free.

Attorney General Michael Delaney (D-NH)
In June of 2010, Attorney General Delaney hosted an Ask, Listen, Learn: Kids and Alcohol Don’t Mix program at Shaker Road School in Concord, New Hampshire. He also filmed a public service announcement (PSA) with five-time Olympic athlete and swimmer, Dara Torres, to encourage youth to live a healthy and active lifestyle and remain alcohol-free.

Attorney General Greg Zoeller (R-IN)
In April of 2010, Attorney General Zoeller hosted an Ask, Listen, Learn: Kids and Alcohol Don’t Mix program at Pinewood Elementary in Elkhart, Indiana. AG Zoeller also filmed a public service announcement (PSA) with five-time Olympic athlete and swimmer, Dara Torres, to encourage youth to live a healthy and active lifestyle and remain alcohol-free.

Attorney General Drew Edmonson (D-OK)

Over the years, Attorney General Edmondson hosted many of The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility’s programs in Oklahoma in an effort to fight underage drinking and drunk driving. These have included Ask, Listen, Learn: Kids and Alcohol Don’t Mix middle school initiative and Girl Talk for high school girls. AG Edmondson has raised public awareness by taping public service announcements to spread the message to all Oklahomans about the need to talk to our youth about the dangers of underage drinking. Additionally, he has been a leader in the legislature working to strengthen the penalties for providing to underage individuals and drunk driving.

Attorney General Patrick Lynch (D-RI)

Over the years, Attorney General Lynch has hosted many of The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility’s programs in Rhode Island in an effort to fight underage drinking and drunk driving. These have included the Brandon Tells His Story program for high school students and Girl Talk for high school girls. Additionally, he has been a leader in the legislature working to strengthen the penalties for providing to underage individuals and drunk driving. AG Lynch has also raised public awareness by taping public service announcements (PSA) on these important issues. The most recent PSA was with five-time Olympic athlete and swimmer, Dara Torres, to encourage youth to live a healthy and active lifestyle and remain alcohol-free.

Attorney General Steve Six (D-KS)
In April of 2010, Attorney General Six hosted an Ask, Listen, Learn: Kids and Alcohol Don’t Mix program at Cedar Creek Elementary School in Olathe, Kansas. AG Six also filmed a public service announcement (PSA) with five-time Olympic athlete and swimmer, Dara Torres, to encourage youth to live a healthy and active lifestyle and remain alcohol-free.