Utah senator day drinks before presenting bill to delay state's new .05 percent DUI law
Sen. Jim Dabakis had two mimosas after breakfast and tested his blood alcohol content Thursday before presenting a bill at the Capitol proposing to delay Utah's .05 percent DUI law.
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