Tennessee Bill Would Ban Sale of Alcohol to DUI Offenders

A state representative in Tennessee is trying to ban the sale of alcohol to DUI offenders. Rep. Bud Hulsey is drafting the new bill. Right now, first-time offenders lose their license for a year, but if the bill is passed, once an offender applies for a new license, that license would have a red stripe. The stripe would indicate that the holder is not allowed to purchase alcohol for one year from the date the license is issued. A second-time DUI offender would lose their license for two years. If an offender commits a third DUI offense, the driver would not be allowed to purchase alcohol for the rest of their driving career.  


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