Friday, July 31, 2009 - 7:25pm
MADD:Beer summit could be bad influence
The president of the United States, a Harvard professor, and a Cambridge police officer.
Images of these role models drinking alcohol were plastered on TV screens all across
America the past few days.
And, the leader of an anti-drunk driving group hopes those images don't send the
wrong message to the millions of young people who saw the president drinking on TV.
Nancy Raynor is president of the Delaware chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
She says her group isn't "prohibitionist," but it is is concerned about what teens
and childrens take away from seeing the president drinking on TV.
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