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"Utah legislators missed an opportunity today to target the hard-core drunk drivers who cause the vast majority of drunk driving fatalities and instead decided to criminalize perfectly responsible behavior," American Beverage Institute Managing Director Sarah Longwell said in a statement.
The American Beverage Institute is staging a public education campaign, but support for the effort is coming primarily from the operator community and a handful of suppliers.
The American Beverage Institute, an association of restaurant operators, calls the lower standard "an attack on social drinkers." It said a 120-pound woman who drinks two 6-ounce glasses of wine in two hours could face arrest and a mandatory jail sentence or the loss of her license.
Stan Novack: The American Beverage Institute (AB1) is very vocal on it and working to be proactive and educate consumers.
The American Beverage Institute, an association of restaurant operators, called the new law "an attack on social drinkers." It said a 120-pound woman who drinks two 6-ounce glasses of wine over a two-hour period could face arrest and mandatory jail or loss of her license.
However, many operators question whether drivers who come from places such as strip clubs will tell the truth, or whether the heavily-inebriated even can report accurately, according to Sarah Longwell, managing editor at the American Beverage Institute, a Washington, D.C.-based licensed restaurant industry lobbying group.
Rick Berman, general counsel of the American Beverage Institute, delivered a snappy address on public attitudes and legislative strategy.
Caption: A panel including (from left) Steve Gross, Wine Institute; Sarah Longwell, American Beverage Institute; Liz Tobin, Beer Institute and Mark Gorman, Distilled Spirits Council of the U.S.
The American Beverage Institute said some states have rejected the lower limit because it doesn't work and would punish responsible social drinkers.
They're active supporters of the American Beverage Institute and other industry groups dedicated to protecting their right to serve adult beverages.
A new study commissioned by the American Beverage Institute (ABI) concluded that reducing the legal blood alcohol content standard (BAC) is not an effective means for influencing driver behavior or attitudes.
The American Beverage Institute (ABI), also headquartered in Washington, D.C., notes the trend as well.
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