Oregon, Louisiana, Arizona and Illinois enact all offender ignition interlock laws
Washington, Colorado, Alaska, Nebraska and West Virginia enact all-offender laws. Plans announced for cooperative agreement on advanced auto technology. Florida enacts a law requiring interlocks for first-time offenders with a BAC of .15 or greater. Federal government and automakers each pledge $1 million per year for 5 years.
MADD’s Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving is announced as blueprint to eliminate drunk driving in America; one state (New Mexico) has all-offender ignition interlock law
All-offender laws pass in Arkansas, Utah, New York and a four-county pilot in California. Wisconsin and Wyoming enacts a law requiring interlocks for first-time offenders with a BAC of .15 or greater. New York passes Leandra’s law, the nation’s most comprehensive child endangerment law.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood and NHTSA Administrator David Strickland visit DADSS lab in Massachusetts. Kansas and Connecticut pass all-offender laws. Oklahoma enacts a law requiring interlocks for first-time offenders with a BAC of .15 or greater.
MADD celebrates its 30th anniversary. Hawaii passes an all-offender law. No Refusal weekends highlighted as part of national DUI initiative. New Jersey passes Ricci’s law, requiring ignition interlocks for offenders with a .15 BAC and above.
MADD’s Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving becomes federal law when Congress passes MAP-21. DADSS is authorized, an incentive grant program begins for all offender ignition interlock programs, and federal DUI crackdowns are funded. Missouri and Virginia pass all-offender ignition interlock laws.
NHTSA names DADSS as one of three key initiatives toward ending traffic deaths as part of its Seamless and Significant initiative. Tennessee and Maine enact all-offender laws.
Mississippi, Alabama, New Hampshire and Delaware enact all-offender laws. Emma’s law passes in South Carolina, requiring ignition interlocks for first- time offenders with a .15 BAC or higher.
Texas passes all-offender ignition interlock law. Kentucky enacts a law requiring interlocks for first-time offenders with a BAC of .15 or greater. FAST Act is passed reauthorizing key federal programs, including incentive funding for states with all-offender ignition interlock laws.
Washington, D.C., Vermont, Maryland and Rhode Island pass all-offender ignition interlock laws. Pennsylvania passes a law requiring ignition interlocks for first-time offenders with a .10 BAC and above. California passes a law adding incentives to first-time offenders to choose an interlock and mandating for repeat offenders. With Georgia enacting a first-time offender interlock law, too, only Massachusetts and Idaho are remaining states that fail to use interlocks for first-time offenders. A new oversight structure is announced for DADSS. Virginia commits to over $5 million in funding for DADSS, bringing the total to over $11 million per year.
Made with FlippingBook - professional solution for displaying marketing and sales documents online