MADD Supports Victims in Fight for Tougher DUI Legislation

MADD Tennessee joined victims on Capitol Hill on February 23, 2016, to advocate for tougher legislation that would ensure information regarding repeat offenders is shared among law enforcement, judges, and courts.  In addition, MADD fought for stricter legislation that would require all convicted DUI offenders to have an ignition interlock for a year before getting their licenses back.  Read more about this fight involving the testimony of Kara Holden, survivor of a horrific DUI crash that killed her two friends Maddie Kruse and Rachel Lynch in May 2015.