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Senate 1574: Relating to Ignition Interlock Devices/Blood Alcohol Level [EPCC] ------------------------------------------------------------------

S1574    GENERAL BILL by Rich  (Identical H 0579)
Ignition Interlock Devices/Blood Alcohol Level [EPCC]; Reduces the blood
alcohol level from 0.05 to 0.025 at which an ignition interlock device
will allow a vehicle to start, etc. EFFECTIVE DATE: 10/01/2008.
02/06/08 SENATE Filed
02/21/08 SENATE Referred to Transportation; Criminal Justice
03/04/08 SENATE Introduced, referred to Transportation; Criminal Justice
                  -SJ 00096
05/02/08 SENATE Died in Committee on Transportation


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