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I am irritated today. I am irritated because I read the articleon InForum titled -North Dakota drunken-driving laws to be targeted for harsher penalties. I am not irritated by the general message of t... Posted on 10/6/12 at 7:23 PM
Bicyclists in the region are rarely cited for riding drunk -- local police departments say they recall just two incidents in the past 15 years -- but law enforcement can ticket bikers for driving under the influence, just as if they were driving.
The mother of two boys killed by a drunken driver last summer was cited for DUI after rolling her car last weekend, just days after she and her husband stood behind Gov. Jack Dalrymple as he signed a bill strengthening the state’s impaired driving penalties.
With three families who have lost loved ones in the past year standing behind him, North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple signed a law Monday he says a clear message: “Driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs is a very serious offense and will not be tolerated.”
Gov. Jack Dalrymple signed legislation Monday aimed at strengthening penalties for drunken driving in North Dakota. The Legislature last week endorsed the bill that increases fines and other penalties.
North Dakota's Legislature is headed down the session's home stretch, but first must find consensus on a host of spending plans and other last-minute measures before the state constitution's 80-day limit is imposed.
Penalties for drunk driving may soon be ramped up. The Senate on Wednesday unanimously passed House Bill 1302, which significantly enhances the penalties, provides funding for education on the effects of binge drinking and incentivises sobriety, said Sen. Kelly Armstrong, R-Dickinson.
Five members of a Southern California family were killed in southern Nevada when their van was rear-ended by an 18-year-old driver who was later arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, authorities said.
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