Mexico City Drivers Get a Pass on New Year's Mexico City officials announce that on New Year's Eve -- a night traditionally known for heavy drinking -- the city will suspend its practice of setting up roadblocks meant to combat drunk driving. Since September, police officers have arrested over 1,000 drivers in the city's first-ever anti-drunk driving campaign using breath tests. NPR's Gerry Hadden reports.
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Mexico City Drivers Get a Pass on New Year's

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Mexico City Drivers Get a Pass on New Year's

Mexico City Drivers Get a Pass on New Year's

Mexico City Drivers Get a Pass on New Year's

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Mexico City officials announce that on New Year's Eve — a night traditionally known for heavy drinking — the city will suspend its practice of setting up roadblocks meant to combat drunk driving. Since September, police officers have arrested over 1,000 drivers in the city's first-ever anti-drunk driving campaign using breath tests. NPR's Gerry Hadden reports.