Georgia's "Mothers Against Drunk Driving" wants lawmakers to crack down on repeat offenders. Protestors gathered at the state Capitol on Monday to demand tougher new laws. They want the assembly to require ignition interlock devices or in-car breathalyzers. The devices make convicted drunk drivers prove they are sober before the car will start. MADD says that could save as many as 150 lives each year.
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