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Legislative committee takes first vote on drunken-driving crackdown

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A state legislative committee took its first vote Tuesday on one of many long-promised crackdowns on drunken driving in Wisconsin.

The Assembly's Public Safety panel voted unanimously to make certain offenders blow into tubes before they can start their vehicles to make sure they're alcohol-free.

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The ignition interlocks would be required for one year for all repeat OWI offenders, and first-timers with blood alcohol levels of .15 or higher.

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