Drunk Driving Death Rates May Have Plateaued

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Alcohol-related traffic death rates increased or held steady in 19 states between 1998 and 2002, the Associated Press reports. Data in a report out today from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration suggest that efforts to curb drunken driving have reached a plateau. South Carolina recorded the greatest increase in its death rate during the
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