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Should NJ Drunk Drivers be Allowed to Have Restricted Licenses? [POLL]

Eric Scott is filling in for Jim Gearhart this morning and is discussing a controversial new bill that is making its way through the legislature.

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The bill, introduced by Nick Scutari, would revise penalties for for various drunk driving offenses. The legislation It mandates the installation of an ignition interlock device in the one or more motor vehicles owned, leased, or principally operated by the offender. It also allows the operation of such vehicles under a restricted use driver’s license so the offender can get back and forth to work.

Read Kevin McArdle's Full Report on the Drunk Driving Legislation Here

Do you think NJ’s drunk driving laws need changing? Should drunk drivers be allowed special privileges to get to and from work? Take our poll below and let us know what you think.

 

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