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All Baltimore mourned the death of a 20-year-old Johns Hopkins University student recently struck and killed by a truck witnesses saw driven erratically earlier in the day. The sadness is likely to turn to outrage at the news that police have charged a man with a long history of drunken-driving convictions in the incident. The death of Miriam Frankl need not be in vain if it spurs lawmakers to make it far more difficult for intoxicated drivers Read the rest of this entry »

They’re doing it in front of TV cameras in Orange County, in New York, in Atlanta, even in New Jersey. Real housewives, sipping chardonnay, talking about their loves, their losses, their lives.

They don’t talk about the handcuffs too often, but when reality hits the road, more women than ever are being arrested for driving drunk.

“TV shows have made it look hip and cool to stay home and drink,” Laura Dean-Moody, president of Mothers Read the rest of this entry »

Some Maryland safe-driving advocates say they are more optimistic than they’ve been in years that the legislature will pass laws to curb drunken driving, particularly among repeat offenders and drivers younger than 21.

For the first time in 20 years, the advocates say, five bills submitted to the General Assembly are supported by a state task force with a broad range of viewpoints. In addition to police and judges, the panel’s 23 members Read the rest of this entry »

Some Maryland safe-driving advocates say they are more optimistic than they’ve been in years that the legislature will pass laws to curb drunken driving, particularly among repeat offenders and drivers younger than 21.

For the first time in 20 years, the advocates say, five bills submitted to the General Assembly are supported by a state task force with a broad range of viewpoints. In addition to police and judges, the panel’s 23 members Read the rest of this entry »

Some Maryland safe-driving advocates say they are more optimistic than they’ve been in years that the legislature will pass laws to curb drunken driving, particularly among repeat offenders and drivers younger than 21.

For the first time in 20 years, the advocates say, five bills submitted to the General Assembly are supported by a state task force with a broad range of viewpoints. In addition to police and judges, the panel’s 23 members Read the rest of this entry »

Some Maryland safe-driving advocates say they are more optimistic than they’ve been in years that the legislature will pass laws to curb drunken driving, particularly among repeat offenders and drivers younger than 21.

For the first time in 20 years, the advocates say, five bills submitted to the General Assembly are supported by a state task force with a broad range of viewpoints. In addition to police and judges, the panel’s 23 members Read the rest of this entry »

Some Maryland safe-driving advocates say they are more optimistic than they’ve been in years that the legislature will pass laws to curb drunken driving, particularly among repeat offenders and drivers younger than 21.

For the first time in 20 years, the advocates say, five bills submitted to the General Assembly are supported by a state task force with a broad range of viewpoints. In addition to police and judges, the panel’s 23 members Read the rest of this entry »