A group representing restaurants across the country criticized a federal bill that would require all cars to contain alcohol detection devices. Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., who is sponsoring the bill, said he wants to divert $60 million in existing road safety funds over a five-year period to develop affordable alcohol detection devices that would help to reduce drunk-driving incidents. According to the bill, the devices would become standard in all automobiles within five to 10 years. The ...
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