Despite their proven success rate in helping reduce crashes and drunk driving fatalities, the legislature voted to reduce state funding for sobriety checkpoints to just $1.
Despite their proven success rate in helping reduce crashes and drunk driving fatalities, the legislature voted to reduce state funding for sobriety checkpoints to just $1. File photo The Star
Despite their proven success rate in helping reduce crashes and drunk driving fatalities, the legislature voted to reduce state funding for sobriety checkpoints to just $1. File photo The Star

Missouri lawmakers gave just $1 to sobriety checkpoints. Fix it next session

May 24, 2018 08:30 PM