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Aric Hutchinson and Samantha Miller are pictured at their wedding on Friday in a photo on a GoFundMe page. They were traveling in a golf cart hours later when a driver struck, killing Miller and injuring Hutchinson and two others. Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Car keys are shown by glasses with alcohol in this stock photo illustration. Companies are developing technology that would allow cars to stop people from driving when drunk. Peter Dazeley/Getty Images hide caption

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What if cars could stop you from driving drunk? A peek at the latest tech

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Although consuming cannabis is legal in Colorado and several other states, driving while under the influence of the drug is not. Nick Pedersen/Getty Images hide caption

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Scientists Still Seek A Reliable DUI Test For Marijuana

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Gov. Gary Herbert resisted recent calls to veto a bill giving Utah the strictest DUI threshold in the country, lowering the blood alcohol limit to .05 percent, down from .08 percent. Last week, demonstrators on both sides of the issue visited the Utah State Capitol. Rick Bowmer/AP hide caption

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Can Sobriety Tests Weed Out Drivers Who've Smoked Too Much Weed?

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More Washington Drivers Use Pot And Drive; Effect On Safety Disputed

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