Lawmakers hear emotional testimony on bills that crack down on drunken driving
State lawmakers spent several hours Tuesday listening mainly to people who demanded tougher drunken driving laws.
The Assembly's Public Safety Committee held a hearing at State Fair Park near Milwaukee on a package of nine OWI reforms.
They include mandatory ignition interlocks for all repeat offenders and many first-timers, and making four-time OWI a felony if the most recent offense is within five years of the last one.
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