Bill would require in-car breathalyzers for DUI offenders (FL)

Get to work: That’s the demand victims of drunken driving are making to the state legislature. A new proposal would require in-car breathalyzers for everyone convicted of a DUI. Currently, ignition interlocks are required only for repeat offenders in Florida, not people who are convicted of their first DUI. Studies show that one-third of all drivers arrested or convicted of drunken driving are repeat offenders, so one state legislator is looking to cut down on that.

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