Since 1980, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) has been the premier voice for victims and survivors of drunk and drugged driving. It is a voice that has passionately advocated for change at the state and national levels; it is a voice that has compassionately consoled the inconsolable when tragedy strikes; and it is a voice that educates parents and communities about how to keep youth safe from the dangers of underage drinking. In 2015, MADD celebrated its 35th anniversary by adding drugged driving back to its mission statement (the original mission statement in 1980 also included drugged driving) and unveiling the organizations first ever tagline "No More Victims". These are just two key milestones in an impactful and eventful year. Advocate We are frustrated we arent saving enough lives fast enough. Every single one of these deaths is preventable, and yet the nation seems to be complacent and even accepting of the fact that one out of three traffic deaths on the roads are caused by
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