Mothers Against Drunk Driving Heading To Jefferson City

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(KTVI) - Members of "Mothers Against Drunk Driving" take their latest safety push to Jefferson City, were they'll urge lawmakers to pass a law requiring all convicted drunk drivers to use an ignition interlock device.  Interlock device on installed in cars of persons convicted require an onboard breathalyzer test before the car will start.

Arizona and Oregon both require the devices and drunken driving deaths in those states have been cut in half.  In 2010, nearly a third of all highway deaths in Missouri involved drunk drivers.