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U.S. says most states lax on drunken driving, announces penalties

7:22 AM, Feb. 4, 2013
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Two-thirds of states could be restricted in how they spend some federal highway funds this year because they haven't complied with mandates to combat drunken driving.

A combined $539 million would have to be spent on anti-drunken driving programs or highway safety improvements instead of on general road and bridge construction in those states.

That's the penalty for not having sufficient laws to restrict open alcohol containers in vehicles or to crack down on repeat drunken-driving offenders. ...

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