ia–drunken driving program

Woodbury County seeks to adopt 24-7 sobriety program

SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) — Woodbury County officials are asking lawmakers to allow people convicted of drunken driving to stay out of jail if they pass twice-daily Breathalyzer tests.The Sioux City Journal (http://bit.ly/2gaXcB2 ) reports that the program would allow people convicted of alcohol-related offenses to continue living with their families and go to work. Participants would pay for the tests, and the sheriff's office would administer them.