By Timothy P. Carney
Federal lawmakers are pushing a bill that would pressure states into requiring in-car blood-alcohol tests for convicted drunk drivers. As with all government intrusions, we’re told this is for the public good. But if you’ve been reading my work, I bet you can guess who’s behind this push.
The Washington Times’ Luke Rosiak has the story:
For the past 18 months, lobbyists for “ignition interlocks,” as they are called, have jockeyed to inject a provision into the crevices of the transportation reauthorization bill, a tentative outline of which was released Friday by Rep. John L. Mica, Florida Republican….
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