The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety sent out a survey to 2,511 licensed drivers. Based on this sample, the researchers found 88% of drivers between the ages of 18- to 24-years-old reported engaging in risky behavior, such as texting and driving, running red lights, or speeding. Of those surveyed, 69.3% of 16- to 18-year-olds reported engaging in irresponsible driving behavior, while 88.4% of those ages 19 to 24 reported something similar.
New Mexico just passed a law banning "lunch shaming," one of the first U.S. states to do so. Lunch shaming is defined as punishing or humiliating a student who cannot afford school meals. Before the ban, schools were doing things like having kids mop the floor or wear wristbands if their parents couldn't afford to pay for lunch meals.