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Latest Danny Healy-Rae Items
The rural Irish town of Kilgarvan has passed a resolution to permit locals to drink and drive.
A license to drive drunk? Some small-town politicians think it's just the tonic for rural Ireland.
Not to advance stereotypes about the Irish and alcohol — but the Kerry County governing body just approved a measure seeking permission for drivers to legally operate a vehicle under the influence.