Sobriety checkpoints can be used in 38 states - Wisconsin not among them - as a weapon against drunken driving, says the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
They draw support from such agencies and organizations as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Researchers say they significantly reduce drinking-related crashes, and surveys show widespread public acceptance of them.
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