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(Olympia, WA)  --  A bill being considered by Washington state lawmakers would lower the state's legal blood-alcohol limit for driving a vehicle from point-08 to point-05.  Representative and former state trooper John Lovick says he drafted the measure on recommendations from the National Transportation Safety Board.  The American Beverage Institute opposes the bill, contending only a small percentage of deadly car crashes are caused by drivers with a blood-alcohol level between point-05 and point-08.  The bill is assigned to the House Transportation Committee.

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