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Abby McLean of Northglenn, Colo., stands near the stretch of U.S. 85 in Adams County where she was pulled over for a DUI check in September 2014. Nathaniel Minor/CPR News hide caption

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The Difficulty Of Enforcing Laws Against Driving While High

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A car driven by a 19-year-old man crashed into a tree in Bates Township, Mich., in April. The Iron County Sheriff's Department said investigators believed the driver, who survived the crash, was drunk and speeding. AP hide caption

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A bottle of beer, seen on the the roof of a car at a DUI checkpoint in Miami, can create snags for health insurance coverage of accident care in some states. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers talk with motorists at a sobriety checkpoint in 2006, the year CDC says drunk driving peaked.

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