NTSB plan would toughen DUI law, lower BAC from .08 to .05

NTSB plan would toughen DUI law, lower BAC from .08 to .05

In this Sunday, April 8, 2013 photo, Mary Ma, a bartender at Revel, Atlantic City, N.J.'s newest casino, pours a drink at one of the casino's bars. The Institute for Supply Management said Friday, May 3, 2013, that its index of non-manufacturing activity fell to 53.1 in April from 54.4 in March. Any reading above 50 indicates expansion. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)

The federally funded National Transportation Safety Board wants states to lower their drunk driving blood alcohol levels (aka BAC) to .05 based on data from European countries that cut DUI cases in half. John Carlson and KVI listeners discuss the tougher stance on DUI and most callers seem to be skeptical about this new push by the NTSB.