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Last-drink reports in Massachusetts ‘are fairly low numbers, but they’re probably the tip of an iceberg’

January 1, 2017 — Boston Sunday Globe:  “[A] review of 8,364 so-called place of last drink reports collected by Massachusetts courts after convictions for operating under the influence….offer only a small window into the drunken driving problem in Massachusetts: About 15,000 to 16,500 people a year are arraigned on drunken driving charges in Massachusetts, according … Continue reading “Last-drink reports in Massachusetts ‘are fairly low numbers, but they’re probably the tip of an iceberg’”

The story of making drinking and driving socially unacceptable relates to distracted driving, today — “Note to Self” Interview With Jay Winsten

Distracted Is the New Drunk December 7, 2016 — “Note to Self,” WNYC: “Instead of saying, ‘don’t be a distracted driver,’ we want to shift from a ‘don’t’ message to a ‘do’ message and we want to encourage people to become, sophisticated, attentive drivers. If you’re distracted — if you’re holding a smartphone up to … Continue reading “The story of making drinking and driving socially unacceptable relates to distracted driving, today — “Note to Self” Interview With Jay Winsten”