the threat of losing millions in federal transportation funds,
Pennsylvania is among a handful of states seeking legislation
to lower the state's blood-alcohol concentration limit from
0.10 percent to 0.08.
2000, Pennsylvania is one of only about 15 states yet to
adopt legislation signed by then-President Clinton that requires
each state to define legally drunk as 0.08 percent blood
alcohol content or lose federal highway dollars.
introduced by Sen. Charles Dent, R-Lehigh, is in the Senate