Kentucky drivers may soon have to pay closer attention to the number of drinks they've had before getting behind the wheel if a Kentucky bill becomes law.
An eastern Kentucky lawmaker announced plans for a bill that would lower the legal blood alcohol content level from .08 to .05.
One concern brought up by sheriff's officials in Ohio County is drivers under the influence of drugs. They say that dropping the BAC level does nothing to help keep the roads safer from people high on drugs.
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