Which sentences in the passage are punctuated correctly? here are some more questions i would like to ask representative weaver, if the driving age is raised to 21, what will happen to all the afternoon jobs, the afternoon sports, and the afternoon programs that require some sort of transportation? what will happen to america’s economy (and its spirit) when high schoolers can no longer work the fast-food jobs and restaurant hostess positions? “a teenager behind the wheel is the symbol of american youth,” writes author peter chacha: what will happen to this symbol if representative weaver’s plan is approved? weaver also claims that “a majority of seat belt violations” are the fault of the under-21 crowd. but let me ask you this: do people under the age of 21 really wear their seat belts less often than older people, or are they just caught more often? that is, we know the police have their eye on the teenagers, but are they looking at the adults as well? but i can hear it now: “if teenagers are all so safe, why do they have such high accident rates? ” here’s a possible answer. inexperience. like anybody who is inexperienced, the teenage driver must suffer through a legitimate period of self-doubt and skills acquisition. chances are, if the driving age were moved to 21, we would see 21- to 24-year-olds causing the largest percentage of safety problems—not because of a maturity problem, mind you, but just because they would be inexperienced at driving.

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What will happen to America’s economy (and its spirit) when highschoolers can no longer work the fast-food jobs and restaurant hostess positions? What will happen to this symbol if Representative Weaver’s plan is approved?Do people under the age of 21 really wear their seat belts less often than older people, or are they just caught more often?That is, we know the police have their eye on the teenagers, but are they looking at the adults as well?

Explanation:

These sentences are properly punctuated

What will happen to America’s economy (and its spirit) when high schoolers can no longer work the fast-food jobs and restaurant hostess positions?

Weaver also claims that “a majority of seat belt violations” are the fault of the under-21 crowd.

That is, we know the police have their eye on the teenagers, but are they looking at the adults as well?

Like anybody who is inexperienced, the teenage driver must suffer through a legitimate period of self-doubt and skills acquisition.
The sentences that are punctuated correctly in the passage are:-If the driving age is raised to 21, what will happen to all the afternoon jobs, the afternoon sports, and the afternoon programs that require some sort of transportation?-What will happen to this symbol if Representative Weaver's plan is approved?-But let me ask you this: Do people under the age of 21 really wear their seat belts less often than older people, or are they just caught more often?-That is, we know the police have their eye on the teenagers, but are they looking at the adults as well?-Like anybody who is inexperienced, the teenage driver must suffer through a legitimate period of self-doubt and skills acquisition.-Chances are, if the driving age were moved to 21, we would see 21-to 24-year-olds causing the largest percentage of safety problems--not because of a maturity problem, mind you, but just because they would be inexperienced at driving.
The first sentence I believe
Do people under the age of 21 really wear their seat belts less often than older people, or are they just caught more often?  Is correctly punctuated.
"Weaver also claims", " that is, we know the police", and "like anybody who is inexperienced".
Weaver also claims that “a majority of seat belt violations” are the fault of the under-21 crowd. 
That is, we know the police have their eye on the teenagers, but are they looking at the adults as well?
Like anybody who is inexperienced, the teenage driver must suffer through a legitimate period of self-doubt and skills acquisition.
Thats all i could find


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