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House Roll Call 422 on
2015 Senate Bill 207: Revise drunk driver roadside sobriety test detail

To authorize police with specialized training to require a driver suspected of driving drugged to take a saliva test, make a warrantless arrest if the test is positive, make it a civil infraction to refuse a saliva test, and order a commercial driver out of service for testing positive or refusing to take the test.

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House Roll Call 422 on 2015 Senate Bill 207

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