Protesters rally March 17 at the State Capitol in Salt Lake City. Utah’s hospitality industry unsuccessfully urged Gov. Gary Herbert to veto a bill lowering the blood-alcohol limit for driving, saying it would punish responsible drinkers and burnish Utah’s reputation as an unfriendly place for those who drink.
Protesters rally March 17 at the State Capitol in Salt Lake City. Utah’s hospitality industry unsuccessfully urged Gov. Gary Herbert to veto a bill lowering the blood-alcohol limit for driving, saying it would punish responsible drinkers and burnish Utah’s reputation as an unfriendly place for those who drink. Rick Bowmer AP
Protesters rally March 17 at the State Capitol in Salt Lake City. Utah’s hospitality industry unsuccessfully urged Gov. Gary Herbert to veto a bill lowering the blood-alcohol limit for driving, saying it would punish responsible drinkers and burnish Utah’s reputation as an unfriendly place for those who drink. Rick Bowmer AP

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