Wisconsin Debates Drunk Driving Prevention

As a state with a reputation for having a high number of drunk drivers on its streets, Wisconsin is exploring its options when it comes to preventing drivers from operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. According to Wisconsin Public Radio, the public is debating different methods for reducing the rates of drunk driving incidents, including looking at ignition interlock laws, sobriety checkpoints, roving sobriety patrols and other options in the state. Other considerations are tougher penalties for repeat offenders. Read more here: How Do You Prevent Drunk Driving? Policymakers And Public Weigh Options

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