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Bohanon: Inebriation, Micro-Aggression and Sensitivity

Posted: September 29, 2014

by Cecil Bohanon, Ph.D. Indiana’s public intoxication law looks like it will be overturned. That seems to me entirely appropriate — if we haven’t confounded the problem. Prior to 2012, if one’s blood alcohol content was above the legal limit one could be arrested almost anywhere in Indiana. I recall a number of unconfirmed anecdotes Read the full article…


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