Louisiana is on the path to eliminating drunk driving. The state is reaping the benefits of passing an all-offender ignition interlock law in 2007. As a result of this law, drunk driving deaths have decreased by 42 percent. However, lawmakers have done nothing to improve the law in nearly 13 years. MADD calls on lawmakers to close loopholes to ensure all first-time offenders use an interlock and that the device is mandated for any plea agreement.