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 Over a decade ago, public safety advocates convinced Congress and state lawmakers that lowering the legal limit from 0.10- to 0.08-percent blood alcohol content, or BAC, would save 500 to 600 lives per year. But lowering the legal limit hasn’t been the promised panacea to our nation’s drunk-driving woes. The raw number of deaths related to drunk driving ...

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