From the April 1970 magazine.

About Alcoholism - Alcoholism Information, Research and Treatment

Legislation Without Education Fails

The Colorado Safety Association reports in a recent survey little use is being made of strengthened laws on driving under the influence of alcohol.

Richard K. Ayers, managing director of the association, said response indicates the blood-alcohol reduction to .10 percent from the previous toleration of .15 percent, above which a driver is presumed drunk, has brought almost no change in number of citations issued by 31 police departments and the State Patrol.

Almost no use is yet being made of the newly established "impaired" level providing for citation of...

-- Rocky Mountain News

Denver, Colorado