- Associated Press - Thursday, December 18, 2014

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - New Mexico legislators will be asked again to consider allowing authorities to prohibit alcohol purchases by people required to use ignition interlocks because of drunken driving convictions.

KRQE-TV (https://goo.gl/RilGXn ) reports that a bill introduced this week by Rep. Brian Egolf would allow the state to put “No Alcohol Sales” on licenses issued to a people who have had their licenses revoked.

The Santa Fe Democrat’s bill also would allow judges to order the same marking on state-issued ID cards of people who have had their licenses revoked.

The state House approved a similar bill in 2013 but it died in the Senate.

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