Asking Lawmakers To Make Roads Safer

The national president of Mothers  Against Drunk Driving, Colleen Sheehey-Church, is scheduled to testify  at the State House today in support of a bill to require ignition  interlocks for drunk drivers.  

Massachusetts is the only New England  state that doesn't require ignition interlocks for all offenders.  

It's  also one of just two states that does not allow for the use of ignition  interlocks for any first-time offenders.

(Photo by: Andia/UIG via Getty Images)


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