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a 0.05 BAC becomes the new 0.08 remains to be seen. "I'm sure it's going to take awhile," said Stephen Erni, executive director of the PA DUI Association in Harrisburg, which supports the change. After all, he said, just lowering the drunken driving
Stories The National Transportation Safety Board is calling on states to cut the legal standard for drunken driving almost in half as a certain way to save lives...Gov. Cuomo and the Legislature could markedly improve highway safety by reducing the
While tightening blood alcohol content laws could have some impact, Alabama's existing laws, enforcement techniques and public awareness have measurable effects on drunk driving, state public safety and transportation representatives said. The
What prompted me to pop for $60 on this drugstore gadget was the story of the San Francisco socialite who had had two glasses of wine with dinner. Then, as bad luck would have it, she was stopped in one of those random checkpoints. The police
But don't hold your breath the board has no authority to order states to make the change, and critics like the restaurant industry are up in arms about the whole idea. Even Mothers Against Drunk Driving isn't jumping up and down about the proposal.
R.I. (AP) The city of Providence is partnering with the Rhode Island chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving for a town hall meeting on underage drinking...The mayor's office says the event will feature youth and public safety speakers, people in
Citing thousands of deaths and injuries caused each year by drivers who haven't met the legal limit of drunkenness but still are impaired, the National Transportation Safety Board on Tuesday said states should lower the limit by more than a third.
The Bay State chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving isn't backing a federal proposal to lower the legal blood-alcohol limit from .08 to .05, saying there are better ways to make the roads safer...We think the best way to save lives would be to
EDT, Tue May 14, 2013 Washington (CNN) -- A decade-old benchmark for determining when a driver is legally intoxicated -- the 0.08 blood-alcohol content rate -- should be lowered to 0.05, reducing the amount a motorist can imbibe before being presumed
They are reaching middle age, in the midst of raising children and building careers. A quarter-century has elapsed since an amusement park outing turned into a terrifying night, when they escaped from an old school bus that burst into flames after a