Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf signed a bill Wednesday that makes it possible to put ignition interlocks on the vehicles of first-time offenders with a blood alcohol content more than 0.10.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf signed a bill Wednesday that makes it possible to put ignition interlocks on the vehicles of first-time offenders with a blood alcohol content more than 0.10. Marc Levy The Associated Press, file
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf signed a bill Wednesday that makes it possible to put ignition interlocks on the vehicles of first-time offenders with a blood alcohol content more than 0.10. Marc Levy The Associated Press, file