Feb
28
2013
For a second year, we sponsored the 2012 Julie Foudy Sports Leadership Academy “Choose to Matter Contest” where gir
Judicial Guide
Feb
28
2013
Drunk driving cases are among the most complex to adjudicate. The risk of recidivism is high, especially among repeat offenders.
Feb
26
2013
“Colorado is one of just five states left with no felony DUI law,” said Colorado House of Representatives Minority Leader Mark Wal
Feb
25
2013
Today, The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility research was featured on the cover of USA Today’s Life section regarding how often parents talk to their kids about alcohol. 
Feb
22
2013
The Hard Core Drunk Driver Project, at the University of Illinois Springfield’s Institute for Legal Legislative and Policy Studies (ILLAPS), is funded by the Illinois Department of Transportation/Division of Traffic Safety to address the pr
Aly Raisman at Pyle Middle School
Feb
14
2013
This week our Ask, Listen, Learn program had the chance to work with one of our favorite superstars Aly Raisman!  The Ask, Listen
Feb
12
2013
A recent Washington Post article by MisFits Columnist Vicky Hallett addresse
It takes LessThanUThink to avoid binge drinking and have a safe Mardi Gras
Feb
11
2013
Post courtesy of Haley Flanagan, Director of Web Communications for the LessThanUThink campaign You think you’ll make it to Bourbon Street, and you would… three drinks ago. 
DC Auto Show
Feb
08
2013
Each year, thousands of people flock to the Washington, DC Auto Show to see what automakers are introducing and what the emerging trends are.
Feb
08
2013
Great coaches develop their players’ skills and encourage them to reach their maximum potential in order to achieve success.  On game day, however, it is up to the players to prove themselves.  An analogy can be drawn between spor
Julie Foudy with Girl Talk
Feb
06
2013
The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility has long recognized the value of sports in a young girl’s life.  Our Girl Talk: Choices and Consequences of Underage D
Feb
05
2013
Increasing awareness of the dangers and consequences of underage drinking has played an important role in reducing the number of youth who drink under twenty-one.  In fact, the go