With 1,213 drunken-driving deaths in 2011, Texas has the highest rate of drunk driving related deaths in the country, making it the latest focus for changes to DWI laws. NBCDFW.com reports that Mothers Against Drunk Driving (M.A.D.D.) is proposing tougher restrictions of all DWI offenders, including first-time offenders, in Texas. The mandatory installation of ignition interlock devices for those convicted of drunk driving charges can help curb injuries and fatalities, allowing for safer roads and better choices when it comes to drinking and driving in Texas. Read more here: MADD Proposes Interlock Devices for First-Time DWI Offenders
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