Missouri drivers will be far less likely to be momentarily delayed by sobriety checkpoints when a new law takes effect. But they may be more likely to be hit by a drunk driver.
Missouri drivers will be far less likely to be momentarily delayed by sobriety checkpoints when a new law takes effect. But they may be more likely to be hit by a drunk driver.
Missouri drivers will be far less likely to be momentarily delayed by sobriety checkpoints when a new law takes effect. But they may be more likely to be hit by a drunk driver.

Editorial: New Missouri law undercuts police efforts to stop drunk driving

June 17, 2017 3:30 PM

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