Lower BAC limit for drunk driving, proposed VT Senate bill says – My Champlain Valley

A Vermont senator who was convicted of DUI now wants to lower the legal amount of blood alcohol content for a conviction.

“The amount of drinks equal to a BAC of 0.05 or 0.08 depends on the person and how much they weigh. Democratic State Senator Debbie Ingram says she plans to co-sponsor a bill related to drunk driving due to her own experience. “I am a recovering alcoholic and I had a DUI over two years ago,” Said Ingram. Local 22 and 44 reported her BAC was 0.195 at the scene of her DUI. Williston police say an hour and a half later her BAC was 0.186.

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