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Drunk Driving / New York Bill #953198

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 18, 2009
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(Studio: Katie Couric) The new tough drunk driving laws in New York state noted; NHTSA statistics on deaths nationwide in 2008 cited.

(New York: Jeff Glor) The background to the New York bill named for Leandra Rosado††, who died in a drunk driving crash, featured; scenes shown from the signing ceremonies; details given about the rise in the arrest of women driving drunk & the use of car interlock devices. [Father Lennie ROSADO††- speaks about his daughter.] [MADD CEO Chuck HURLEY†- cites the message.] [DriveSafe Ignition Interlock of New York CEO Don PRUDENTE†- comments.]

Couric, Katie;
Glor, Jeff

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