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Should New York's drunk driving limit be lowered to .05?

Many New York residents have likely heard that the National Transportation Safety Board issued a pretty controversial recommendation regarding drunk driving laws last week. The federal agency wants all 50 states to lower the legal blood-alcohol content limit to .05 percent--meaning that a man of average weight could possibly be arrested for a DWI after drinking just over three glasses of wine. A 130-pound woman may drink only two glasses of wine before her blood-alcohol content hits .05 percent, according to the New York Times.

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