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Random Sobriety Checkpoints Might Be Headed to Washington State

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NBCRightNow.com -- State lawmakers are now considering an anti-drunk driving proposal, which calls for random sobriety checkpoints.

The house public safety committee chairman said he plans to hold a hearing for the proposal.

The Seattle Times reports that 8th district representative Brad Klippert is working on a new bill to authorize checkpoints.

Right now, DUI checkpoints are used in 38 states and the District of Columbia.

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