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David Bernstein, an assistant city attorney in Minneapolis who recently became DWI Task Force chair, said ignition interlock programs can be effective in reducing recidivism but, because of low participation rates, Minnesota is not reaping the benefits. (staff photo: Mike Mosedale)
David Bernstein, an assistant city attorney in Minneapolis who recently became DWI Task Force chair, said ignition interlock programs can be effective in reducing recidivism but, because of low participation rates, Minnesota is not reaping the benefits. (staff photo: Mike Mosedale)

Lawmakers consider DWI overhauls

The proposals, a blend of of carrot and stick measures pushed by MADD, are aimed at getting more offenders to install an ignition interlock.

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