Massachusetts Looks at Tougher Ignition Interlock Law

Massachusetts’ ignition interlock law went into effect in 2006, focusing on the problem of repeat offenders over those who have only been convicted of drinking and driving one time. PatriotLedger.com reports that the state is currently debating stronger ignition interlock laws, with a strong push for mandatory installation of the devices for first-time offenders. If the law is passed, Massachusetts will join over 30 other states that currently have a first-time offense ignition interlock law on the books. Read more here: State lawmakers hear testimony on stricter drunk driving penalties

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