WASHINGTON (Michigan News Source) – A senator is wanting to make changes to a drunk driving bill named after a Michigan family.
A bill is in the U.S. Senate that would repeal a law named for a Wayne County family killed by a drunk driver.
Republican U.S. Senator Mike Rounds of South Dakota has a single line in a bill filed July 27 that would repeal the law that mandates drunk driving systems in all new cars by 2026.
All five members of the Abbas family were killed by a drunk driver while they were heading back to Michigan from Florida in January 2019.