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Senate bill would require interlock devices for DUI offenders

Statistics show that McKean County has a serious drunken-driving problem, and area officials say a bill working its way through the state Senate could increase public safety.

 

Senate Bill 1036 would require first-time drunken driving offenders to breath into a machine before their vehicles would start. The ignition interlock devices are already used for repeat drunken drivers.