“When Herbert signed HB155, the DUI law, this year, he said he would likely call a special session of the Legislature in late summer to fix problems with it. He said Thursday he now figures that the Legislature has plenty of time to deal with it in its general session that convenes in January before the law takes effect. . . “I think there is a desire to follow the Colorado model,” where that state has lesser penalties for people whose blood alcohol content is between 0.05 and 0.08, the governor said. “It has appeal to me,” Herbert said. “I have a sense that’s probably the right place to end.”
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