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Measure would help

April 8, 2014
The Leader Herald

Recently, the New York State Senate passed a bill meant to address the low percentage of drivers involved in fatal crashes who are tested for drugs and alcohol. According to a 2004 federal report examining state laws and practices for blood-alcohol testing for drivers involved in fatal crashes, New York state ranked third from the bottom, with only 3.9 percent of drivers tested.

 
 
 

 

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