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should teens have to go to bed at 9:00 on school nights

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Started: 11/12/2015 Category: News
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
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redneckrose1

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children if they went to bed at 9:00pm would be missing out on a good part of their lifes and could be missing out on once in a life time chances.
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Posted by KingofEverything 1 year ago
KingofEverything
Plus, better sleep means better grades.
Posted by KingofEverything 1 year ago
KingofEverything
Once in a life time chances?

I don't see what's so dazzling about staying up, and furthermore, you get to do whatever you want (basically) when you grow up, so as soon as one makes those decisions, it would become the norm to stay up. All staying up does for me is give me more free time, and I am sure at some point more than once a teen has to stay up a bit.

Also, the resolution says teens, and your claim says children. I know they can technically be considered both, but people usually differenciate the two from each other (and you are only talking about teenage children anyways), so take your pick.
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