MADISON (WRN) - Like a bill passed in the Assembly last month, the Senate version makes 4th offense OWI a felony, expands treatment programs, and requires ignition interlocks for repeat offenders. It also makes first time OWI a felony if children are in the vehicle. Unlike the Assembly version, this bill raises fees on a number of offenses to cover the cost of increased OWI enforcement. It's unclear whether the Assembly will concur with this version.
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