A plan to toughen drunk driving laws faces a key vote Monday.
The state senate will decide whether to move forward with a plan to require ignition interlock devices for all DUI offenders.
Ignition interlocks prevent the car from being started until the driver blows into the device.
Currently 17 states have ignition interlocks for all DUI offenders.
February 11, 2013: Ignition interlocks for first time DUI offenders on hold