Gansler Should Fight Drinking Age, Says Former Middlebury College President

MADD founder disagrees, says Maryland attorney general should investigate teen party chaperones instead.

Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler meets with reporters to explain his actions during a summertime visit to a teenage house party, Oct. 24, 2013, in Silver Spring, Md.
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It's unlikely that opposing the drinking age would get Gansler far among the Democratic-leaning 18-to-21-year-old demographic, but if he took that step it wouldn't be entirely out-of-character. In 2010 Gansler allegedly usurped state law by ordering Maryland agencies to recognize same-sex marriages performed elsewhere. Two years later, the state legislature and then voters followed suit and legalized same-sex marriage.

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