Kentucky: Will Senate kill bill once again that will require ignition interlock? How many cocktail parties do legislators attend during the session? Who throws the parties?

From Zanesvilletimesrecorder.com:
For the past two years, state Rep. Dennis Keene, D-Wilder, has filed legislation in the Kentucky General Assembly to require ignition interlock devices in the vehicles of drunken driving offenders.  The bill unanimously passed the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives with bipartisan support last year, only to die in the Republican-led Senate without a committee hearing…..MORE