KRQE covers new ENDWI efforts

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NM sees decrease in deadly DWI crashes

Governor Susana Martinez announced Tuesday significant numbers from last year that show that New Mexico is making progress in the fight against drunk driving. The state chose the Isleta Amphitheater for…
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Texting while driving ban signed into law

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According to Sgt. Damyan Brown, they did not have to respond to one crash where innocent people were injured or killed.
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Anti-DWI effort moves to smart phones

The state has unveiled a new smart-phone application to help combat the DWI problem in New Mexico.The free ENDWI app is now available to anyone with an iPhone or Android phone.

“This application is an important addition to our ENDWI efforts because it is designed to put the power to prevent DWI in the palm of your hands regardless of where you are,” Gov. Susana Martinez said.

Governor Susana Martinez, along with MADD, NMDOT, and NMDPS kicked off the “100 Days and Nights of Summer”

DWI enforcement campaign and launched the new anti-DWI advertising campaign. ENDWI, on Friday, June 22, 2012 at the National Hispanic Cultural Center, in ABQ.

The “100 Days and Nights of Summer” is an intensive, annual enforcement effort by state and local law enforcement officials that targets traffic safety topics such as, seat belt use, distracted driving, and drunk driving in New Mexico.

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