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Thursday, March 31, 2011

Kansas DUI reform hits bump in the road

From AP:

An overhaul of Kansas' laws against drunken driving is stalled in the state Senate, where some members have misgivings about requiring ignition interlock devices for first-time offenders and others don't want to increase liquor taxes to cover potential additional costs.


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