The outrage and tragedy of drunk driving deaths is that they are entirely preventable. For three years, we’ve introduced legislation to strengthen Noah’s Law, named for Montgomery County police officer Noah Leotta, who was killed by a repeat drunk driver in the line of duty. At Mothers Against Drunk Driving, we refer to bills like Noah’s Law as “all-offender” laws. What does that mean? Drunk driving offenders are offered a chance to resume normal life if they do one simple thing: put an ignition interlock on their car. Since our victory in Maryland, 35 other states have followed suit – and some have gone much farther.
MADD: Will the General Assembly Finally Fix Noah’s Law?
April 5, 2022