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Advocates fear that legislation to fix a loophole in a drunk driving law won’t pass again this year.

Drunk Driving

In 2019, 167 people died in drunk-driving crashes in Maryland, representing nearly a third of all traffic deaths. That’s 167 of our mothers, fathers,…

The national president of the advocacy group Mothers Against Drunk Driving was in Annapolis this week, promoting legislation that would require all drunk driving…