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 December 13, 2016  Surveillance, U.S.

Eric Golden reports:

A bipartisan group of Minnesota legislators says the state’s use of location-tracking data from ignition interlock devices in the cars of drunken-driving offenders is unconstitutional — and they intend to try to stop it early in next year’s legislative session.

Rep. Peggy Scott, R-Andover, and Rep. John Lesch, DFL-St. Paul, said Monday that they will introduce a measure that would restrict the Department of Public Safety’s ability to track the movements of the approximately 11,000 people who use an interlock device as part of their sentence.

Read more on the Star Tribune.

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