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To vote down an argument because of spelling is just wrong. The content of the argument is more important that thy way it's spelled. I can admit that I make mistakes when I'm typing so I don't let it bother me all too much. But some mistakes are just awful and it can get annoying. Look at the argument and if you can read it then it's fine. If you can't I would say vote it down. It really depends on how it's written. Just don't vote down because your OCD.

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Cell phone usage should be illegal to an extent while driving. I personally think that if you have any type of hands-free device you'll be fine. It's just like talking to a person next to you or singing to the radio. All are distracting but you have both hands on the wheel. As soon as one of those hands come off the wheel, that's when you put yourself and others in danger. When using a cell phone with your hand then you take away half of the safety while driving because of one hand not being on the wheel. So in all reality it should be illegal to talk on the cell phone without a hands free device. Also, there is no way that you'll keep people from talking on a cell phone completely but you can take away most of the danger.

2 points

No because I see the effects it has on poeple. I may be only 15 but everyone on my mom's side of the family smokes and they now have a problem with nicotine but refuse to admit it. It has a strong effect on your life and you can't do every day activities without breathing heavily. And not to mention my Grandmother who is putting her life into a bigger whole by smoking a pack a day. There's nothing I can do about them smoking but I can keep myself from smoking and I plan to keep it that way. Also my mom has started smoking again and it really bothers me. She knows how I feel about it. I'm tempted to drown her smokes in the pool. I don't want her to dig herself into a grave because nobody can resist the nicotine addiction. Whether you say you can or not. I believe you can't. First it starts as one every now and then and then one everyday. Pretty soon it's a pack a day. Nobody can resist the addiction so that's why I don't smoke and will never even pick up a cigarette unless I take it away from someone else.

3 points

YES! I personally think they should be in public middle schools and high schools because you can't keep students from not being sexually active but you can help protect them. As a highschool student I know that people will continue having sex and nobody can stop them but themselves. You can teach students all you want about being abstinant but really when it comes down to it, it's their choice. Let them do what they want to their body just help protect them and give them a condom.

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Name: Amber 
Gender: Male
Age: 28
Marital Status: Single
Political Party: Independent
Country: United States
Education: High School

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