We often forget that there are still some places where drinking and driving is actually legal. Driving while drunk is against the law but there's nothing illegal about having an alcoholic beverage in the cupholder. That may change as a new law is being sponsored in the Montana legislature. A similar law failed to get out of the state's congress in 2003 but now public sentiment and $6 million in withheld federal highway funds may spur action. Montana also has the highest alcohol-related car crashes in the country, coincidence?
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