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L.A. Weighs Taking Drunk Drivers' Cars

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L.A. Weighs Taking Drunk Drivers' Cars

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L.A. Weighs Taking Drunk Drivers' Cars

L.A. Weighs Taking Drunk Drivers' Cars

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If the Los Angeles city council passes a proposed law, drivers caught driving drunk could have their cars taken away and sold without the driver even having been convicted. NPR's Ina Jaffe reports.

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