NATIONAL REPORT Maine on Tuesday joined Virginia and Washington state in passing a law that encourages the use of car-ignition interlocks — devices that prevent a vehicle from starting unless the driver passes an alcohol-detection breath test And in Nebraska, state lawmakers on March 26 gave  first-round approval to a bill that would require first-time and repeat  offenders with a blood-alcohol concentration of 0.15 to install interlock devices in their vehicles. Under the law,  the ...

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