N.D. tough on drunk drivers, but has it worked? A year after new law went into effect some officials optimistic, but they say it’s too soon to tell
A year after a tougher driving-under-the-influence law went into effect in North Dakota, officials say it is still too soon to pop open the champagne and declare it a success — but they are optimistic.
The law deals out harsher penalties to drunk and drugged-up drivers, including longer prison terms, bigger fines and a mandatory abstinence program, called the 24/7 program.
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