UW-Green Bay students gave their opinions on a recent bill proposing Wisconsin lower the drinking age to 19. “You can go off to war and you can do many other things once you turn 18, but you can’t drink,” student Kristyn Fritsch said. Other students say 19-year-old students haven’t built the experience to legally drink responsibly. “Throughout the college experience people gain a lot of responsibility that way on their own, being on their own, and I think they can make smarter decisions at an older age,” student Mariah Rossebo said. NBC 26 has the story.
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