"People are just tired of burying children too early. They're tired of burying their loved ones for something that is entirely avoidable," Ozanne said.
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And while Ozanne didn't expect any changes to Wisconsin's penalties or laws, WISC-TV called state Sen. Alberta Darling (R-River Hills) and state Rep. Jim Ott (R-Mequon).
They plan to reintroduce two Assembly bills during next year's session that, in part, increase the fine and jail time for first and second OWI offenders with a BAC of 0.15, as well as increase the felony penalties for drivers with three or more offenses.