A third of young adults have ridden with an impaired driver

Washington, DC - Roughly a third of recent high school graduates have ridden in a motor vehicle with a substance-impaired driver, according to a study by researchers at the National Institutes of Health and other institutions. The study found that during the first two years after high school graduation, 23 percent of young adults had ridden with a marijuana-impaired driver at least once, while 20 percent had ridden with an alcohol-impaired driver, and 6 percent had ridden with a driver impaired by glue or solvents or harder, illicit drugs, such as amphetamines, opioids, cocaine.

President Donald J. Trump Signs H.R. 1208, H.R. 1858, and H.R. 1988

Washington, DC - President Donald J. Trump Signs H.R. 1208, H.R. 1858, and H.R. 1988:

On the Occasion of Tunisia's National Day

Washington, DC - John J. Sullivan Deputy Secretary of State: "On behalf of the Government of the United States of America, I offer congratulations on the occasion of the 62nd anniversary of Tunisia's independence.

A President That Puts the Needs of Rural Americans Front and Center

Washington, DC - "Our rich and abundant soil provides for more than just sustenance—it provides a beautiful and bountiful way of life for millions of Americans." ~ President Donald J. Trump’s 2018 National Agriculture Day Proclamation

Senior Bureau Official Donald Y. Yamamoto Travels to Washington and Minnesota

Washington, DC - Senior Bureau Official in the Bureau for African Affairs, Ambassador Donald Y. Yamamoto, is traveling to Washington and Minnesota from March 19–23, to meet with various members of the African diaspora.