MADD urges new approach to curbing drunk driving
Historically Wisconsin has gone after drunk drivers. It should put more emphasis on prosecuting first offenses, says the executive director of MADD Wisconsin.
"Obviously what we've been doing in the past isn't working," said Kari Kinnard in a phone interview. "Why are we waiting to let these people have multiple chances of killing or injuring our loved ones?"
Drinking and driving is a complicated problem and should be attacked in several ways, she said.