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Drunk Driving

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Drunk Driving

Drunk Driving

Drunk Driving

Only Available in Archive Formats.

This season of office parties and family get-togethers exacerbates a year-round problem: drunk driving. We've all listened to the lectures, seen the ads and heard the horror stories. There's been some progress, so what do we need to do now to stop drunk driving? Join host Neal Conan and guests for a discussion on recent efforts to curtail drunk driving.

Guests:

Dr. Jeffrey Runge
*Administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Wendy Hamilton
*National President of Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Washington, DC

John Doyle
*Executive Director of the American Beverage Institute, Washington, DC

Dr. Robert Swift
*Associate Director of the Brown University Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies
*Professor of psychiatry at Brown University, Providence, RI

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