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Reader: Texting Is More Dangerous Than "Drowsy" Driving

Reader: Texting Is More Dangerous Than "Drowsy" Driving
Courtesy of the Colorado Governor's Office

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JACQUELINE COLLINS
Jacqueline Collins
"Colorado, Feds Partner to Stop Drunk, Drugged and "Drowsy" Driving

Whatever the reasons, Colorado roads are less safe today than they were ten years ago, the governor said, with 800,000 more drivers on the road. That's one reason the state has partnered with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on the campaign.

"The federal government is learning from Colorado," Hickenlooper said. "We look forward to addressing these problems together. I can't think of a more pivotal time than right now for addressing the notion of drugged or drowsy driving." Read the full story here.

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