Governor Herbert says he will sign bill to lower blood alcohol limit
Mar 25, 2017, 00:59
Gary Herbert said today that he will sign a controversial bill to make Utah's laws on drunken driving the toughest in the nation. Phone calls to the governor's office as of Monday reportedly urged the governor to veto the bill by a nine-to-one margin, and local bar and restaurant associations said the bill could harm tourism.
The governor said a special session will be called to discuss possible amendments to the bill.
The change means a 150-pound man would be over the 0.05 limit after two beers, while a 120-pound woman could exceed it after a single drink, though that can be affected by a number of factors, including how much food a person has eaten, according to the American Beverage Institute (ABI), a national restaurant group. Those countries haven't suffered a drop in tourism as a result of their standard, and neither will Utah, he said.
We're sure Yamaguchi is aware that Tonya Harding injured Nancy Kerrigan's leg in 1994 which caused Kerrigan to miss the U.S. While Yamaguchi's tweet may have been an unfortunate use of words, it didn't stop users from pointing out the tweets irony.
Authorities plan to ban US-bound passengers travelling from about a dozen countries from carrying most electronic devices. The TSA not immediately respond to a request for comment, or questions regarding the directive.
Protesters flew a large Confederate flag atop a parking garage just feet from a SC arena hosting NCAA Tournament games on Sunday. The NCAA does not host championship events in MS due to the prominence of the Confederate flag in the MS state flag.
Johnson said Starbucks has already deployed measures to improve the customer experience and reduce congestion inside its stores. Schultz noted that someone who invested $1,000 in 1992, at Starbucks initial-public offering, would have $180,000 today.
Meanwhile, if you're looking for a gas station attendant in Seattle, we can think of one or two who are now in need of a new job. Another would be that the driver drove the SUV straight into a gas pump while cruising at a rather high rate of speed.
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Video images obtained by AFP showed firefighters battling to put out the blaze as thick black smoke billowed from the aircraft. When the plane crashed, its door flew open, which allowed the pilot and rescue crews to get everybody out, Youngule said.
About 100,000 students a day attend Beyond the Bell programs , said Alvaro Cortes, the executive director of the program. Money from the NEA and NEH finds its way to Wisconsin to help fuel the state's arts scene and enrich its cultural life.
McGregor challenged the NAC'S verdict in court and requested a re-hearing, a motion the commission will discuss later today. McGregor is also expected to move to Las Vegas for the fight after birth of his first child in late April or early May.
GOP congressman to Trump: Apologize for wiretap claim
The Republican president offered no evidence for the allegation, which an Obama spokesman has said was "simply false". Charlie Dent, R-Pa., called the accusation against Britain "inexplicable" and the accusation against Obama unfounded.