New Hampshire is promoting safe holidays with a new campaign against driving drunk or drugged.
More than 200 state officials are expected to attend the campaign’s launch at the governor’s annual highway safety luncheon in Meredith today.
Gov. John Lynch will proclaim December “Drunk and Drugged Driving Awareness Month,” and Attorney General Michael Delaney will give the keynote address.
The campaign is designed to reduce deaths and injuries on state roads.
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