February 24, 2004
Repeat offenders of Illinois' drinking and driving laws could soon be given a "scarlet letter" - a brightly colored license plate to point out their criminal history to police and other drivers.
The measure is one of several bills the Legislature will consider that would toughen the state's drunken driving laws. Among other proposals: Reducing the state's blood alcohol limit from 0.08 percent to 0.06 percent, making it the lowest in the country.
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