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My apologies, posted this on the wrong argument.
You make a fantastic point, but technically shouldn't Amendment 9 should apply to Amendment 10 as well?
Shouldn't it be not allowed to discriminate against anyone even if a state votes on it?
And yes I'm positive Proposition 8 will be revoked in the future.
While it is true that they spread disease and are a general nuisance, they help spread pollen and help decompose material.
It also can't be ignored that because of the Fruit Fly genetics experiment conducted by Thomas Hunt Morgan helped us make a huge leap in learning about genetics, heredity, and evolution. They help study genetics in biological studies because they are easy to manage, reproduce and die quickly, and have only 4 chromosomes and 3 autosomes.
No. 18 year olds have many more places to drive to, what with being adults, moving out, going to college, etc. 16 year olds are still young and still are required to go to high school, the majority stay local to their parents and school. Receiving your license at 16 gives you more time to drive and gain experience on the road in a safer environment. When you're 18, you won't have as much time to learn the basic lessons only experience can give you about driving.