Michigan Set to Vote on Legal Blood Alcohol Concentration Limit in October

In Michigan, drunk driving incidents have decreased by an estimated 25 percent, attributed to a law that lowered the legal Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) limit to .08. According to MyFoxDetroit.com, this law had a “sunset clause” that would allow the BAC limit to increase to .10 if lawmakers did not make the .08 BAC limit a permanent law. M.A.D.D. is encouraging Michigan legislators to consider the factors of safety for drivers, passengers and others on the road when voting in October. Read more here: MADD urging Mich. lawmakers to keep blood alcohol limit at 0.08


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