Category Archives: State Legislation

Amended Last Call Up for Approval


A few months ago, we mentioned Senate Bill 58, a bill that hoped to extend California’s last call to 4 a.m. After previous attempts have been thwarted, it comes as no surprise that the bill in its original state was … Continue reading

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More Research for Marijuana-Impaired Driving


It has been a few years now since marijuana has been made legal, both medicinally and recreationally, in areas of the United States. Unfortunately, it seems that there is still much confusion among the general public as to what exactly … Continue reading

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Last Call in California to be Extended?


An issue that has been debated and dismissed numerous times in court is the extension of last call in California. The issue made its journey back to court this year and state policymakers are pushing for a 4 a.m. call. … Continue reading

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DUI Driver Hits a Cop Cruiser


Today, May 17, a woman in Telford, Tennessee was arrested for hitting a Greene County deputy’s cruiser. The woman, Angela Gillis, age 45, was driving a 2015 Dodge Minivan when she hit the cruiser at about 2:00am on US Highway … Continue reading

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Kansas Considers DUI Legislation Overhaul


This week, Kansas senators began overhauling existing drunk driving legislation. The goals: write new laws that are more stringent on offenders and replace a defunct law after a 2016 U.S. Supreme Court ruling regarding the constitutionality of state-compelled blood tests. … Continue reading

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