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Proponents of the 0.05 limit, including the National Transportation Safety Board, say people start to become impaired with a first drink and shouldn’t be driving. At a blood-alcohol content of 0.05 percent, a driver may have trouble steering and have a harder time coordinating, tracking moving objects and responding to emergencies, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Rep. Norm Thurston, a Provo Republican who sponsored the new law, said Wednesday that if there are “really things, that we had no idea, that we didn’t really think about — great,” Thurston said. “We did intend to lower the BAC limit and we did intend to reduce the number of drunk driving trips a day.” The Transportation Interim Committee did not come up with any recommendations for changes Wednesday, but instead heard from lawyers and law enforcement officials about DUI arrests and penalties. The committee chairman, Hooper Republican Rep. 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