01/29/2009 05:12 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

New Law Cracks Down On Drunk Driving

Motorists busted for drunken driving in Illinois after Wednesday will have to blow into a device to prove their sobriety every time they get behind the wheel--or their vehicle won't start.

The restriction is part of a new law that appears to be the state's biggest crackdown since 0.08 became the blood-alcohol standard in summer 1997.

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