As Owen would say: "Heh."
Wisconsinites drive under the influence of alcohol - or, at least, admit to it - at a higher rate than the residents of any other state, a newly released federal study shows.
More than 26% of Wisconsin adults 18 and older told government researchers in massive nationwide surveys that they had driven under the influence in the previous year.
Not only was that the highest percentage of any state, it was more than 70% above the national average, 15.1%.
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