July 17, 2008

21 Drinking Age Saves Nearly 1,000 Lives a Year – and Turns Another Year Older

An estimated 25,000 people are alive today because of the 21 Minimum Legal Drinking Age (MLDA). Since its passage 24 years ago today, there have been significant declines in deaths on the roads and off the roads. In 2006, an estimated 890 lives were saved by minimum drinking age laws.

Learn more about the 21 MLDA on MADD.org and sign our pledge in support of the 21 Minimum Legal Drinking Age.

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