Monthly Archives: December 2012

Minnesota Anti-DUI Campaign Nets 1300 Arrests in December

As of December 20th, the Minnesota Department of Public Safety was reporting that 1,300 people had been arrested for driving while intoxicated so far this month. This is part of a month-long campaign by state law enforcement agencies who have … Continue reading

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Three Michigan Immigrants Sue for Right to Drive

The Michigan Secretary of State is being sued by three young people because she has refused to grant them driver’s licenses even though a new federal immigration law says they may stay here in the United States. The lawsuit, filed … Continue reading

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South Texas Lawman Wants Permanent DWI Checkpoints

It’s fairly normal for various law enforcement agencies to set up DWI/DUI checkpoints around major holidays. The time between Christmas and New Year’s Day, for example, is rife with drunk driving incidents, and without those checkpoints there would likely be … Continue reading

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IL Says Yes to Immigrant Driver’s Licenses

The Illinois Senate Executive Panel voted 12-2 earlier this week, in favor of advancing a plan to allow illegal immigrants living in the state to obtain driver’s licenses. Supporters of this plan believe doing so would make Illinois roads safer … Continue reading

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