Bill proposes new penalties for DUI arrests
HARTFORD - People charged with DUI may soon have to install blood-alcohol testers in their cars, even if they have never been convicted.
A new bill would require those charged with drunken driving to have an ignition interlock device installed in their car.
Ignition locks are currently only required after a first conviction.
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The bill still needs Gov. Dannel Malloy's signature.