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.

-- Rocky Mountain News

Denver, Colorado

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