Feds Vow Fight Against “Hard Core” Drunk Drivers

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http://www.nytimes.com/2003/05/07/national/07DRUN.html The new head of the National Transportation Safety Board plans a major campaign to reduce the disproportionate toll taken by "hard-core" drunken drivers, the New York Times reports. The board defined as hard-core drivers those with prior arrests or convictions who continue to drive drunk or people caught driving with a blood alcohol level nearly double the legal limit. They are estimated to make up fewer than 1 percent of all drivers but 27 . . .

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