With the accelerating passage of state legislation requiring drunken-driving convicts to install breath-activated ignition interlocks, now is the time for restaurateurs to drive the direction such laws take.So far this year lawmakers in Colorado, Maine, Virginia, Washington and West Virginia have approved measures that would expand the use of ignition interlocks on vehicles driven by drunken-driving offenders.Arizona and Massachusetts already boast such laws. And similar bills are actively ...
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