New state law changes the (inter)locks

New state law changes the (inter)locks

There are 1 comment on the Wenatchee World story from Jan 2, 2009, titled New state law changes the (inter)locks. In it, Wenatchee World reports that:

If random checks are any indication, many drunken-driving defendants in Yakima County aren't taking advantage of a program that lets them drive legally.

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Ephrata, WA

#1 Jan 5, 2009
Why should the drivers who can afford These Inter-lock have to pay extra? So the hispanics who don't know an once of english that live off our tax money to survive can drive? Thats retarded! and outragous! How about this, If they do the crime then they pay for it! NO one else should have 2 pay for there stoopid mistakes. If they cant afford it, then guess wat? they don't drive.

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