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Don't have dinner with your children in North Carolina—not if you plan on drinking alcohol. State Sen. Andrew Brock, R-Davie, has introduced a bill that would forbid an adult driving an automobile with a child under 17 in it from having any amount of alcohol in his or her body. That means someone who has recently consumed even a glass of wine or a single beer could be charged. Brock says he got the idea from a similar proposal in Utah.

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