Michigan Officials Launch New Initiative Aimed at Curbing Underage Drinking
A new public awareness campaign has been launched to help curb underage drinking in Michigan. According to WILX.com, Secretary of State Ruth Johnson along with other officials unveiled the "21 To Buy, Not Supply" campaign was launched this week. And, you will see the harsh reminders in stores across the state.
The effort is to keep college students of legal drinking age from supplying minors with alcohol. Aside from legal ramifications, a possible $1,000 fine, 90 days in jail, and legal fees, students could face loss of scholarships and even expulsion from school.