Bill to install ignition interlock devices for DUI convictions passes Assembly committee (NJ)

A bill designed to reduce the amount of drunken driving incidents has passed the New Jersey Assembly Appropriations Committee. The bill would mandate the use of ignition interlock devices for anyone convicted of driving while drunk. The device prevents drunken drivers from starting the car.

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