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Expand DUI interlock law soon

Connecticut has a very effective law that physically prevents convicted drunken drivers from starting their car engines if the alcohol in their blood is above a level that would indicate their intention to drive drunk once again. The law requires convicted DUI offenders to install ignition interlock devices in the cars they own or use. The device includes a tube that the driver must blow into in order to measure his or her alcohol level. If the level is too high, the car won’t start.

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