According to the Washington Traffic Safety Commission (WTSC), a new study says 1/3 of all Washington state drivers who were pulled over for traffic violations were under the influence of some sort of drug or alcohol.
Back in 2011 a huge scare tactic used to oppose the closing of state liquor stores was teenage drinking would skyrocket, DUI rates would increase, as would alcoholism. A new report challenges those assertions.
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