The National Transportation Safety Board’s (NTSB) push to lower legal blood-alcohol limits for drivers appears headed for a dead end.

States are showing little, if any, interest in revisiting the issue, industry groups are lining up against the plan and even the most vocal opponents of  drunk driving have declined to endorse it.

The NTSB says the move would severely reduce the number of alcohol-related crashes in the U.S., but even Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) aren’t showing much interest. Why?

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