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Group Letters Urge New York State Legislature to Support Legislation Lowering the Alcohol-Impaired Driving Limit to .05% BAC

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On April 1, 2022 Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety and a broad group of stakeholders sent letters to the Transportation Committees in the New York State Legislature urging support for Senate Bill (S.) 131 and Assembly Bill (A.) 7197, which would lower the alcohol-impaired driving limit in the state to .05 percent blood alcohol concentration (BAC). 

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Group Letter Urges Support for Legislation Upgrading Kentucky’s Distracted Driving Law

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On February 17, 2022, Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety (Advocates) sent a group letter to the Kentucky House Standing Committee on Banking and Insurance Members urging support for House Bill (HB) 258 which would upgrade the state’s distracted driving law.

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Statement on New Motor Vehicle Crash Fatality Figures

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The preliminary 2020 motor vehicle crash fatality figures released today by the National Safety Council (NSC) confirm what has been widely reported throughout the country – despite people driving less frequently, more are being killed on our roadways.  It is tragic that we have proven “vaccines” that could be significantly bringing down these numbers but they are not being implemented. 

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West Hawaii Today Op-Ed on .05 Percent Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) Law

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My Turn: People should not drive while impaired West Hawaii Today, March 14, 2020   By Cathy Chase, President Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety Honorable T. Bella Dinh-Zarr, Former Vice Chair National Transportation Safety Board Co-founder, .05 Saves Lives…

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