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Kansas lawmakers took action during the 2014 session to eliminate the sunset (or end date) included in the state�s all-offender interlock law that was passed in 2011. With this action, the state�s law is now permanent and the number of drunk driving deaths will continue to decrease. Due in part to the state�s 2011 interlock law, drunk driving deaths have dropped by 23 percent. MADD applauds Kansas on its commitment to keep the public safe. Eliminating the sunset provision represents significant refinement to the ignition interlock program.