Dry Counties Have Higher DWI Death Rates

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Dry counties have higher DWI or DUI death rates than wet counties. That is, alcohol prohibition or dry counties have higher rates of alcohol related traffic deaths than do wet counties. There are many examples. Here are ones from three states.                Overview I.   Arkansas II.  Kentucky III. …

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Avoid a DUI in Alaska (5 Things You Need to Know about DUI)

To avoid a DUI in Alaska, you should know at least these five things. I. DUI in Alaska It’s a criminal act to drive under the influence. This is called DUI in Alaska. For those age 21 or older it’s driving with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.08% or higher. However, for commercial drivers, …

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