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Committee on Transportation and InfrastructureHighways and TransitIntroducedMarch 27th, 2019
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Drunk driving is a serious offense, and states should share drunk or impaired driving arrests nationally in order to ensure that individuals cannot accrue multiple first-time violations, which carry relatively lighter punishments, when they should be accruing second or greater violations with harsher punishments.
The Interstate Driver License Compact and the National Driver Register already prevent people from obtaining driver’s licenses in any state if they have been convicted of multiple DUIs in the past and their license is suspended, cancelled, or revoked.