Republicans Weigh in on Lower BAC Recommendation

The rate of drinking and driving fatalities has lowered since all 50 U.S. states have adhered to previous recommendations for the .08% blood alcohol concentration limit that defines drunk driving arrests. However, with a recent NTSB recommendation to lower that limit further, to .08%, not everyone is standing behind the federal government.  Politico reports that the GOP is speaking out, not against the recommendation, but as a caution to the feds to allow each state to determine its own policy when it comes to drinking and driving. Read more here: Leave blood-alcohol rules up to states, GOP says

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