In May the National Transportation Safety Board surprised many in the restaurant industry when it recommended that the legal threshold for drunken driving be reduced from the current 0.08 percent blood alcohol content, or BAC, to 0.05 percent in all 50 states. Citing a goal of saving 500 to 800 lives a year and reaching zero deaths attributed to alcohol impairment, NTSB chairman Deborah Hersman declared that “each alcohol-impaired death is preventable. Alcohol-impaired deaths are ...
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