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Legislative advocacy is key to addressing teen driving deaths
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    Raise Teen Driving Age

    Dear Editor,

    My name is Master Sergeant Chairat Noppakovat and I am stationed at the Madigan Army Medical Center located at Fort Lewis, Washington. I am in the United States Army and have served proudly for nearly 22 years. The reason I am writing this letter is to share with you the story of my son. His name is Apichai Kevin Noppakovat. He was just 18 years old and passed away on 14 August 2006. He had just g...

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