MADD’s Saturation Saturday includes increased DUI patrols and other enforcement efforts aimed at preventing impaired driving and catching those who make the wrong choice. MADD staff and volunteers — while maintaining a safe distance — participate in law enforcement roll...
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Memorial Day Weekend is the beginning of the summer and historically marks an increase in drunk driving injuries and deaths, and as businesses begin to re-open across the country, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) urges everyone to think ahead if...
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Thanksgiving is a time of joy and reflection of family and really good food but did you know about “drinksgiving” aka Black Out Wednesday? It’s been a growing popular trend among college students and millennials on Thanksgiving Eve, or “Blackout...
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The only thing scarier than zombies and witches loose on the streets is a drunk driver. Halloween is no longer just for Trick-or-Treater’s—in recent years, there has been a rise in the number of adults hosting scary festivities that include...
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As teens, you are at the age where being able to make your own decisions is imperative. The days of peer pressure are settling in and becoming normalized. How does one stay strong-minded through times of adversity? Know your limits...
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There seems to be a lot of mystique surrounding the youth with the facts about underage drinking and marijuana. You may know some teens who drink. You may even have tried it yourself. But the truth is three out of...
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February 7, 2007 was the day that forever changed Karen Mertes’ life path. Karen, a Lieutenant Colonel serving in the United States Air Force, was driving the speed limit on the interstate when she was struck from behind by a...
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