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    Bryan BurnetteMar 26, 2014 at 4:18 pm

    The issue here is all of the people who have to maintain a job for various reasons. I personally had to work at 16 to help out with the finances at home, and would have been unable to do so without the ability to drive. Accidents involving young people under the influence is tragic, but it is up to the parents to decide when their teen is responsible enough to start driving, not the government’s. We often jump to the conclusion that teens are trouble because they are still learning about life; good parenting, however, can make a huge difference in preparing their teen for responsibility. Many parents simply neglect these things now, assuming the teen has learned everything about life from outside sources. It’s a shame, really.

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