In response to an article the St. Louis Post-Dispatch ran Sunday delving into the high number of St. Louis drivers who have repeatedly dodged convictions for driving while intoxicated, Gov. Jay Nixon announced Monday that the Missouri legislature would reform the state’s DWI laws by spring. Nixon began assembling a group of leaders to work on the revisions this week.
Today's Question: How can Missouri laws change to more effectively deal with drunken driving?
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