Doyle wants roadside checkpoints for drunken drivers
For the first time, Gov. Jim Doyle has asked legislators to consider roadside police checkpoints, to catch drunken drivers.
His comments came a day after the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's five-day series on the costs and effects of alcohol abuse. It was the second such newspaper focus in the Badger State this year.
Doyle says people are more likely to be hurt by drunken drivers than to have their homes broken into.