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Drunk Driving / Alcohol Level Issue / Lightner Interview #718662

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jan 02, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The founding of Mothers Against Drunk Driving {MADD} & its push for the .08 alcohol level reviewed. [In 1985, MADD founder Candace LIGHTNER†- expresses anger about drunk drivers.] [AAA spokesman Justin McNAULL†- says .08 is important for getting drunk drivers off the highway.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with Lightner. [From Washington, LIGHTNER - says the focus on .08 is not where it should be & is not the solution to the drunk driving problem; outlines what should be done; states driving with a cell phone is very dangerous; offers her views on the "super drunks."]

Brown, Aaron

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