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Would Lowering The Drunk Driving Threshold Make Us Safer?

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

The National Transportation Safety Board has recommended reducing the legal limit for blood alcohol content for drivers from .08 to .05. Critics say it won't significantly help prevent drunken driving. Guest LZ Granderson argues that without more checkpoints, a lower threshold would do nothing.

Source: NPR

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