The State of Wisconsin is about to approve the 4 strikes bill for one of the drunkest States in the Nation:
MADISON, WI — Repeat drunk drivers will permanently lose their driver's licenses if they are convicted of 4 or more OWI-related offenses under a bill that is awaiting Gov. Scott Walker's signature.
The bill authored by State Sen. Van Wanggaard (R-Racine) and State Rept. John Spiros (R-Marshfield) passed the senate in Nov. 2017 on a unanimous vote, and just passed the Assembly Thursday night.
MADISON - Wisconsin would create an "alcohol czar" with police powers and a mandate to toughen enforcement of the state's liquor laws, under a fast-moving proposal from a top GOP senator.
Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald (R-Juneau) said a committee could hold a hearing as soon as Thursday on his proposal, which would also give a special liquor exemption to the Kohler American Resort.