Alcohol Ban at Tailgate Parties Sparks Protests

Students from Michigan State, a government university, clashed with police during a protest of an alcohol ban at tailgate parties. School administrators enacted the ban because they felt that alcohol use had gotten out of control. The ban takes effect this Fall.

When people indulge in a substance, the government automatically thinks they are out of control. However, many of the heavy drinkers at tailgate parties are in complete control of themselves. They want to get drunk as soon as possible.

In reality, the government’s school administrators are out of control. Rather than focus on the academic needs of students, the administrators want to restrict the lifestyles of students. Soon you’ll need take a drug test to graduate from Michigan State.

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