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Younger people would have less suppliers of alcohol. Currently 15/16 year olds are getting the alcohol supplied by 18 year olds, but they would have to find someone who is 21 instead.
This can affect all the people who are between 18 and 21 by changing the law and they've already bought alcohol
The average human brain fully develops by at least the age of 21 and sometimes 25 or more, meaning you could damage brain cells if you are drinking before that age. Allowing your brain to successfully develop is an important part of growing as a human.
This will not change the problem of underage drinking that is already occurring.
It could get drinkers to be more responsible with alcohol at a younger age.
This will cause an uprising in the young adults who are in between the ages 18-21 who were just allowed to drink legally.
people can do what they want #yolo
The Drinking Age should be raised to 21, however it is likely to increase the number of underage drinking.
It would protect young people from brain damage that can be caused by too much alcohol and the harms associated with being drunk, such as car accidents and violence.
it will be safer then age 18 and it will be just before you get your license.
the drinking age should be raised to 21 as you will receive your licence before you're legal to consume alcohol. This may lower crash rates on the road.
because youth ends at the age of 24 and you brain has not fully developed so you could slow down even stop your development
The law is already set so why change it?¯_(ツ)_/¯
From personal experiences, people aged 15-16 are excited to get their first licence when given the oppertunity.
Meaning, they would already have been able to dive for around 3 years.
You are legally allowed to drink at age 18 so you should already understand the responsibilty of driving.