Feb. 7, 2013: National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) Chair Deborah Hersman speaks during a news conference in Washington. Federal accident investigators were weighing a recommendation Tuesday that states reduce their threshold for drunken driving from the current .08 blood alcohol content to .05, a standard that has been shown to substantially reduce highway deaths in other countries. (AP)
WASHINGTON – A federal agency is proposing that states lower the threshold for drunken driving to the point where a woman could be charged for driving after one drink and a man after two in a move officials say would save thousands of lives…
This is just another measure for the Federal Government to standardize all States. Also another great opportunity to Collect more Fines, Imprison Innocent People, & Ruin Lives forever.
He’s says, “I should get going”
She Goes, “I thought this was your house?”
LOL, the last guy said “Who’s Not in the Family, has to wash the Dishes! Said it First!”