Lowering the legal limit won’t save lives

Richard Berman writes:

"New traffic fatality data shows that U.S. motor-vehicle deaths increased by 6 percent last year.
"Legislators who want to look like they’re “doing something” to address this problem are bullying a favorite target: social drinkers. In part, this means a new push to lower the legal blood alcohol limit (BAC) for drivers from .08 to .05. Hawaii, Utah, and Washington state lawmakers are considering adopting such legislation. Other states surely won’t be far behind.
"This crusade is not new..."

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