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'Just because it's a horse doesn't mean it's safe to be out on the road'

South Dakota bar owners may want to install hitching posts and bike racks out front.  Gov. Mike Rounds announced Wednesday that he has signed a bill into law exempting horses and bikes from drunken driving laws.  It goes into effect July 1. Legislators offered the so-called "beer-for-your-horses" bill as part of an effort to update the criminal code.

Pittsburgh Live reports.

Posted by Cynthia on February 16, 2006 at 11:54 AM in Alcohol (general), Drinking Spaces, Licensing and Legislation, United States | Permalink