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  • Utah’s new DUI law will be toughest in the nation

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Utah will implement the strictest drunk driving regulations in the country just before the new year. The law, passed in March, drops the state’s blood-alcohol limit from the national standard of .08 to .05. The Ohio limit is .08. According to the CDC, .05 is about three drinks in one hour. Utah’s new law also states those who have that BAC and “operates a motor vehicle in a negligent manner causing the death of another” [

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  • Rain will end Northern California's fire threat, bring new ones

    Heavy rain this week could help quench the Camp Fire burning in Northern California, bringing with it an end to the threat of more wildfires this year but also new dangers. The rain will end "fire concerns for the winter," Robert Baruffaldi, a meteorologist in the National Weather Service's Sacramento office told CNN Monday night. However, officials in Butte County are warning residents already devastated by the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in the state's history that rain arriving...

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  • California's chief justice says bail overhaul will continue with or without the new law

    California Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye on Tuesday defended a landmark new state law abolishing money bail, saying it was crafted to ensure courts “do not judge a person based on the size of their wallet or what they have access to in someone else’s wallet.” In an annual meeting with reporters

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  • California's chief justice says bail overhaul will continue with or without the new law

    California Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye on Tuesday defended a landmark new state law abolishing money bail, saying it was crafted to ensure courts “do not judge a person based on the size of their wallet or what they have access to in someone else’s wallet.” In an annual meeting with reporters

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