Lawmakers in several states are looking to put the brakes on drunken-driving offenders with the use of ignition interlocks, but some industry members fear the growing momentum of such measures could stall alcohol beverage sales to responsible drinkers.So far this year legislators in Colorado, Maine, Virginia, Washington and West Virginia have passed laws that encourage expanded use of ignition interlocks on vehicles operated by drunken-driving offenders. In Arizona and Massachusetts, ...
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