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MADD says first-time drunken driving offenders get off too easy in state

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Wisconsin is being told to change its attitude about drinking and driving. Mothers Against Drunk Driving Wisconsin executive director Kari Kinnard says first-time offenders have it too easy.

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Kinnard says the state needs stricter penalties so drivers think twice about getting behind the wheel after drinking.

MADD is calling on lawmakers to allow police to run sobriety checkpoints.

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