Hoping to keep pollution out of the water, agencies are looking for ways to convince -- sometimes compel -- property owners to inspect and repair them.
There are reasons to believe America is at a turning point for changing the cars that cops and other public employees drive.
Advocates and states disagree over the effectiveness of ignition interlocks, which are basically car breathalyzers, versus 24/7 sobriety. Congress, though, will soon weigh in.
Over the last decade, many have stopped funding it. Are the roads more dangerous?