Challenge Possible of Plans to Draw Blood from Repeat Drunken Drivers

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Later this year, police in Ohio might have the power to forcibly take blood from suspected repeat drunk drivers. The blood will be tested for alcohol.

Governor Ted Strickland plans to sign the idea into law next week, but civil libertarians warn they might challenge the plan’s constitutionality in court.

Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports .

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