ST. CLAIRSVILLE, Ohio -- Lawmakers in Washington are trying to give law enforcement agencies an extra tool to keep drunken drivers off the roads. A proposed new bill co-sponsored by Ohio's U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown would promote the installation of interlock devices in cars that measure the alcohol levels of drivers.If a driver is over the legal limit, the device would prevent the car from starting. Drivers in the Ohio Valley reacted to the proposed bill on Tuesday.

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