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New Bill Would Charge Sleepy Drivers With Vehicular Homicide If They Kill Someone
New Bill Would Charge Sleepy Drivers With Vehicular Homicide If They Kill Someone
A person in Washington state, and pretty much elsewhere, is facing vehicular homicide if they kill another person while driving drunk, high, or impaired by prescription drugs. But a proposed Washington State Senate bill would add drowsy or sleepy drivers to that list. And it would more than double the time of their license being suspended.