A couple legislators continue hammering away at drunken driving in Wisconsin.
They’ve introduced six bills aimed at toughening penalties.
A Senate committee held a hearing on some of the proposals at the State Capitol Thursday.
One bill would criminalize the first offense - the first time police pull over an intoxicated driver, if the person’s blood alcohol level is at least .15. That’s about twice the legal limit.
The bill’s sponsor is Republican Sen. Alberta Darling. She says Wisconsin is the only state that does not make the first offense a crime.