A new law would make ignition interlock mandatory instead of discretionary for first-time offenders of drunk driving for three to 18 months, and would mandate the interlock for multiple convictions of drunk driving or refusing the breathalyzer.
The Campus Fire Safety Education Act would create a $15 million annual grant program that would authorize direct funding to colleges and universities to implement, expand or improve fire safety education for the campus community.
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