ABI is leading the fight against 0.05

ABI strongly opposes lowering the blood-alcohol arrest level. The move is an attack on the restaurant and hospitality industries and converts their responsible patrons into criminals. Stand against 0.05 today.

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Alcohol and Health

ABI supports moderate, responsible alcohol consumption consistent with one’s own medical needs. Evidence supports the notion that moderate consumption can be part of a healthy lifestyle.

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Alcohol Sensing Technology in All Cars

ABI opposes equipping all vehicles with intrusive alcohol-sensing technology that would prevent responsible drivers from operating their vehicle while below the BAC arrest threshold.

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Ignition Interlocks

Instead of spreading traffic safety resources too thinly by requiring low-BAC, first-time offenders to install interlocks, states should first ensure the most dangerous hardcore offenders comply with interlock orders.

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The Intersection of Alcohol & Marijuana

Traffic deaths from both high and dangerous hardcore drunk drivers should be addressed, but separately. Tackling both of them under the same statute will only impede effectiveness and harm law abiding citizens.

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The Latest

National group’s ad calls gun exceptions in .05 percent DUI legislation hypocritical

February 20, 2018 | In The News

‘Too drunk to drive, but sober enough to carry a .45?’ Alcohol lobby says gun-related tweak is hypocritical

February 20, 2018 | In The News

DRINKING ALCOHOL TIED TO LONG LIFE IN NEW STUDY

February 20, 2018 | In The News

Utah should delay enforcement of lower BAC limits

February 19, 2018 | Op-Ed

American Beverage Institute Calls Out .05 Gun Hypocrisy in Full-Page Ad

February 19, 2018 | Press Release
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