California State Senator Introduces Law That Would Require Ignition Locks For Drivers Convicted Of DUI
State Sen. Jerry Hill along with members of Mothers Against Drunk Driving introduced legislation at a news conference Monday that would require all drivers convicted of DUI to install an ignition interlock device on their vehicles.
A proposal released by the National Transportation Safety Board Tuesday to lower the legal blood-alcohol limit to .05 percent was met with mixed reaction in the Bay Area and nationwide.
The promotion, “Bottomless Saturdays,” has some concerned about safety and the possibility of binge drinking.
One of the new California laws set to take effect on January 1st would make it illegal to purchase alcohol in grocery store self-checkout lines in an effort to prevent minors from buying alcohol.
A State Assemblyman from Santa Rosa’s bill to end using DUI checkpoints as a target to immigrant communities is now headed to the Senate.