MADD Disputes Report on Impact of Drugs in Car Fatalities

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A report last week by the Governors Highway Safety Association said drivers killed in crashes are more likely to be on drugs than drunk. But Mothers Against Drunk Driving says the data is flawed. "There is no way you can say drugs have overtaken alcohol as the biggest killer on the highway,” says one MADD executive . . .

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