OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Some people with a first-time drunken driving offense would be required to install an ignition lock device on their car under a bill approved by the Oklahoma House and
The Erin Elizabeth Swezey Act passed the Senate 43-0 and the House 94-2 on Thursday. It awaits Gov. Mary Fallin's signature. The bill is named after Swezey, a 20-year-old Edmond woman who was killed by a drunken driver.