According to the Chicago Tribune, research scheduled to be released today shows that while the number of male drivers arrested for DUI has declined since 1995, the number of female drivers arrested for DUI has risen. The latest FBI statistics from 2011 show that female drivers accounting for nearly 25% of all DUI arrests, compared to around 10% in the early 1980s. An AAIM representative interviewed as part of the story believes that the increase is due to societal changes and the increasing demands of woman. That effect was particularly apparent during the recent recession and continues through the current, sluggish economy. The article can be found here.