A BILL has been proposed in the conservative US state of Utah, that would outlaw motorists from driving with children when they have a blood-alcohol level exceeding .02 per cent, or the equivalent of one alcoholic drink. Current levels are at .08 or .10 across the country, which were set in response to a past tightening of Utah legislation.


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