D.C. May Give 16-Year-Olds Right To Vote For President
D.C. May Give 16-Year-Olds Right to Vote for President
In the three years that I taught Intro to Journalism at The City College of New York, we’d have the most fun during our “Op-Ed” lesson, where students would have an in-class debate. Whenever we argued the question, “Should the drinking age lowered to 18?” the pro side would inevitably argue that if kids can die in a war and vote, they should be able to get a drink.
Well, teens in Washington, D.C., may very well be able to vote at least five years before they can legally consume a frosty Hennessy Colada at their favorite …