NTSB Pushes Lower Blood Alcohol Limit


The National Transportation Safety Board will recommend lowering the legal alcohol limit for drivers from .08 to .05, in an effort to further crack down on highway deaths and injuries.

The three-tenths of a percentage point difference means that, according to the CDC, drivers would hit the blood-alcohol limit after three drinks in an hour, as opposed to four drinks under the current legal limit. Read more at WHIO.

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