Kansas Builds Memorial to DUI Victims. Help Them Do More.
Kansas has put up a sign marking the place where two DUI victims died. It's a touching memorial, which should spur better DUI laws.
When Asked What Day it Was, DUI Driver Missed by a Month
An extreme case in New Mexico highlights the problem of incorrigible repeat drunk drivers. What is to be done about them?
Ignition Interlock Laws: What’s the Matter with Massachusetts?
Understand, we’re talking about the state that came up with the first computer in 1928 (at M.I.T). The state gave America its first railroad, its first subway, the telegraph and even frozen food. So why, oh why, is Massachusetts so far behind other states in its ignition interlock laws? Currently 31 states have laws
Impaired Driver Destroys Fast-Food Restaurant
We know that drunk driving takes lives. But impaired driving property damage is a serious side effect of this crime as well.
Iowa Is Now 32nd State With an All-Offender Ignition Interlock Law
With Iowa joining the trend, 32 states now have all-offender ignition interlock laws. State by state, the country is getting safer.
South Carolina: Going Beyond Emma’s Law to Save Lives
Public safety advocates say that too many drunk drivers are on South Carolina’s roads. Drunk driving law changed in South Carolina back in April of 2014, when Emma’s Law passed. The law, named after a six-year-old victim of a drunk driver, requires convicted drunk drivers with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of