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Police ask to step up patrols on highways

Say drunk drivers put them in danger

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By Peter Schworm and Marissa Lang
Globe Staff | Globe Correspondent / July 20, 2010

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TAUNTON — As authorities brought drunken driving charges yesterday against a motorist who slammed into a police cruiser over the weekend — the fifth time in as many weeks that a Massachusetts state trooper has been struck on a roadside — the head of the State Police union called for a sweeping crackdown on impaired motorists. (Full article: 845 words)

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