Alaska could learn something from Washington state's experience with alcohol
When a man ran down and killed two grandparents this year in North Seattle, seriously injuring their infant granddaughter, Washington state lawmakers dusted off the state's drunken driving laws.
Were they tough enough? Was there room for improvement?
The debate mirrored a conversation now underway in Alaska, where police say drunken drivers killed five people over just two months earlier this year. Our Pacific Northwest neighbors might have a tip sheet for us.
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