Belmont’s delegation to the Tennessee Intercollegiate State Legislature won Best New Delegation at the 2013 meeting of the collegiate mock legislature tournament. The delegation drafted a bill altering the landscape orientation of licenses for drivers under the age of 21, making it decreasingly likely that a retailer, for example, would mistake the age of a customer. The bill passed both houses of the mock legislature. Belmont’s six delegates were involved in the House, Senate, Supreme Court, and media program.
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