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Pierced tongue wouldn’t get you out of breath test under bill approved by Washington House

Washington would get tougher on motorists who drive drunk or under the influence of drugs under a bill that received overwhelming support Thursday in the House. It would allow law enforcement officers to arrest and hold a person suspected of impaired driving if that person is waiting arraignment on a previous impaired driving. A driver who is required to have an ignition interlock as a result of a conviction would need to go without a new violation for six months, rather than the current four months.