Drinking-age Laws: An Evaluation Synthesis of Their Impact on Highway Safety : Report to the Chairman, Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight, Committee on Public Works and Transportation, House of Representatives

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Page 2 - Chairman of the Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight of the House Committee on Public Works and Transportation in his hearing record "The Impact of Weather on Aviation Safety".
Page 65 - BEFORE THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON INVESTIGATIONS AND OVERSIGHT HOUSE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION February 20, 1990 Good afternoon, Mr.
Page 71 - Arnold, RD Effect of raising the legal drinking age on driver involvement in fatal crashes: The experience of thirteen states.
Page 68 - Kagay. Report to the White House Conference on Youth; The Impact" of Lowering the Age of Majority to 18, June 1973.
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Page 10 - This part establishes the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) policy on planning and administration (P&A) costs for State highway safety agencies.
Page 68 - Behaviors: The Effects of Formal and Informal Social Controls" Conference Report, National Conference of State, Legislatures Workshop on Juvenile Justice, Madison, WI, January, 1981. Birkley, MM and Quirke, MA, The Effect of Lowering the Legal "Drinking Age" on 18 through 20 Year Old Wisconsin Drivers. Grassroots, October, 1979, Alcohol (10/79), 19-22. Birkley, MM , Alcoholic Beverage Abuse and Control: Issues And Discussion. Report to the Wisconsin Council on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse, Madison,...
Page 66 - A Statistical Analysis of the Effects of a Uniform Minimum Drinking Age.
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Page 3 - The available evidence suggests that raising the drinking age also results in a decline in alcohol consumption and in driving after drinking for the age group affected by the law.

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