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Maryland bills would protect children in cars

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Maryland lawmakers have filed two measures aimed at protecting children while they are in cars. The first proposal, by state Del. Sam Arora, D-Silver Spring, would require people caught driving drunk -- with a blood-alcohol level above the legal limit of 0.08 -- with a minor in the car to install an ignition breathalyzer in their car. The device would not allow the car to start unless the...

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