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Anita Rees: Ignorance referred to - Alcohol is already here

'Alcohol is already here people, and has been all along. This debate is simply about making alcohol sales legal, which will in turn help with Local tax revenues.' - ANITA REES

By Anita Rees
Personal commentary

Randy I agree with you completely drunk driving is inexcusable.

Records from the Kentucky State Police show that dry counties tend to have higher rates of DUI related vehicle accidents that wet ones.

The ignorance I'm referring to is the fact that some people hide their heads in the sand and believe this vote is about allowing alcohol into Adair County.

Alcohol is already here people, and has been all along. This debate is simply about making alcohol sales legal, which will in turn help with Local tax revenues.

Perhaps if, instead of pretending the alcohol issue does not exist, parents would teach their children about making responsible choices, tragedies such as the one in 1988 would never happen. - Anita Rees

Comments re article 81714 Randy Young Tell these parents about ignorance


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