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‘Drake’s Law’ gets its start today

Bigler family at Capitol today to help introduce bill that would increase criminal vehicular homicide penalties for repeat DWI offenders

March 18, 2014

MARSHALL — As a basketball player turned coach, Brad Bigler usually spends most of his time in March focusing on the hardwoo....

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Bxxxxxx

Mar-18-14 7:21 PM

Chris Swedzinski said. "We're trying to keep them off the roads. We want to encourage good behavior." ??? What??? My comment is We Should DEMAND good behavior on the roads.

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Mar-18-14 11:05 AM

Great to see this moving forward. But, I would ask, why use "threat" of heavy consequence for a third offense? Why not be more aggressive on the prevention standpoint? I suggest that for anyone with a 2 DUIs (regardless of harm) or anyone who injuries another while operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated (could be first DUI in this case) that it be made illegal for them to consume or purchase alcohol.

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