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American Agenda (Holiday Drinking and Driving) #132893

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 26, 1991
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Santa Barbara, California: Beth Nissen) Issue of alcohol-related traffic accidents examined; scenes shown of President Bush's public service announcement on designated drivers. [Harvard Alcohol Project Dr. Jay WINSTEIN - comments.] The growing criticism of the designated driver program cited. [Marin Institution James MOSHER, BARTENDER - comment.] [Cottage Hospital Dr. Chris LAMBERT - talks about the alcohol-related business his emergency department handles.] [University of California- Berkeley professor Lawrence WALLACK - says designated driver deflects interest away from other strategies.] Different strategies to counter intoxication and foster responsible drinking outlined. [Advocacy Institution George HACKER - comments.]

Nissen, Beth;
Simpson, Carole

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