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Assembly expected to pass most significant drunken driving reforms in decade

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The Wisconsin Assembly is expected to pass tomorrow what supporters call the most significant drunken driving reforms in a decade.

The bill would make four-time OWI a felony if it happens within five years of a third offense.

Repeat offenders would have to breathe into sobriety interlocks before they can start their vehicles and so would first-time offenders with blood alcohol levels of .15 or higher.

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