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This week the National Transportation Safety Board laid out a series of new recommendations related to drunk driving. The most significant was that states reduce the blood-alcohol limit by more than a third, from 0.08 to 0.05 percent.
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Clarence Ditlow, executive director for the Center for Auto Safety in Washington DC joins the show to talk about the recommendation.
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