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THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION IS BEING AWARDED A GRANT TO HELP FIGHT IMPAIRED DRIVING. 
 
THE 20 THOUSAND DOLLARS COMES FROM THE GOVERNOR’S HIGHWAY SAFETY ASSOCIATION AND THE FOUNDATION FOR ADVANCING ALCOHOL RESPONSIBILITY. I-DOT SPOKESPERSON KELSEA GURSKI SAYS IT WILL BE USED TO TRAIN POLICE OFFICERS IN SPOTTING MOTORISTS DRIVING ON DRUGS.
 
 
THE GOVERNOR’S HIGHWAY SAFETY ASSOCIATION AND THE FOUNDATION FOR ADVANCING ALCOHOL RESPONSIBILITY IS FUNDING THE 20 THOUSAND DOLLAR GRANT.
 
 
THE MONEY WILL PAY FOR 10 CLASSES AT 10 LOCATIONS AROUND THE STATE FOR LOCAL COPS TO LEARN HOW TO SPOT DRUGGED DRIVERS, WHICH CAN BE HARDER TO IDENTIFY THAN DRUNK DRIVERS.

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