Georgia governor just passed a state law that puts up a memorial sign for all the victims of drunk driving accidents. The first one was just put up, and they are hoping others will see the signs and say "Well, there really was someone killed by a drunk driver." The signs are about the same size of a speed limit sign, and officials are trying to send a message out that is more personal. So far only eight victims' families have asked for a sign to be put up. Some families don't want a sign put up if it is a road they travel on frequently. Other roadside memorials (flowers, crosses, etc.) are becoming "garnish shrines" that can distract drivers. They are hoping the new signs will not distract other drivers and cause more accidents. State officials are just trying to get the message out that drunk driving causes many fatalities that never should happen. No one knows if the signs will really help decrease the number of fatalities, but it is worth a try.