Senate unanimously approves drunken driving reforms
The Wisconsin Senate has unanimously approved drunken driving reforms similar to what the Assembly passed in September.
Senators agreed to pay for the added enforcement with higher fees which the Assembly chose not to ratify Thursday night.
Assembly Speaker Mike Sheridan called them "minor differences."
He said a final agreement should come either in a special session before the end of the year, or when lawmakers resume their regular session in January.