By Cindy Klose
3:27 PM CST, December 11, 2012
The number of people killed in traffic accidents dropped to the lowest level since 1949, and fewer drunk drivers is one of the reasons.
But a federal safety groups wants to cut that even more, by making sure every state makes it harder to get behind the wheel after drinking.
The National Transportation Safety Board wants all convicted drunk drivers to have an ignition lock that keeps a car's engine from starting if their breath shows they've been drinking.
Read more about the issue here and tell me what you think about the effort.
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