MADD’s Effort to Encourage Effective Interlock Legislation in the United States. Katie Heineman MADD 8 th Ignition Interlock Symposium-August 2007. Featuring…. 2007 Legislative Victories 2008 Projections Obstacles and Opposition from 2007. 2007 Victories. And There’s Still Hope.
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8th Ignition Interlock Symposium-August 2007
“This punishment is too harsh for first time offenders.”
“Do you really want to give offenders their licenses back?”
“Isn’t it easy to just have someone else blow into the device?”
“What about people who do not own a car?”
“The device is more effective for offenders at or above a .15.”
“We would rather test out the program before implementing something statewide.”
“We don’t have enough money, people, or resources to administer the program.”
“No way is this bill going through my committee.”
“Politics, politics, politics.”
“Interlocks discriminate against women.”