Should Connecticut Ban Repeat Drunk Drivers From Driving For Life?

More than 300 people are killed and over 6,000 injured every year on New York’s highways from alcohol-related crashes.   Well, the State of New York has just put new regulations in place, the result of which will keep an estimated 20,000 drivers convicted of alcohol related driving offenses off the road permanently or for a more extended period of time.

Should Connecticut follow suit?

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