MADD

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MADD

Mothers Against Drunk Drivers. A US-based non-profit organisation, begun in 1980, that advocates stricter legislation against driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI) and underage drinking, and provides support services for victims of DUI collisions.

MADD

Mothers Against Drunk Drivers Public health An organization that advocates stricter legislation against DUI and underage drinking, and provides support services for victims of DUI collisions. See DUI.
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Mike Boland, volunteer lobbyist for Mothers Against Drunk Drivers, said Marriott's case offers a real-life contradiction to lawmakers and alcohol industry lobbyists who insist a blood-alcohol level of .
The Lane County chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Drivers is seeking entries for its 2002 poster/essay contest.

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