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Minnesota considers requiring more ignition interlock devices


ST. PAUL -- Some Minnesota legislators want to change the behavior of people who drink and drive, and do it more quickly than under current law.

The House public safety committee Thursday approved legislation to require a repeat drunken driving offender to only drive a car with an ignition interlock, a device that prevents a vehicle from starting unless the driver provides a breath sample with no alcohol.


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