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Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo, is about to introduce new legislation that would require the ignition interlock devices for all California drivers with a history of driving under the influence. "Our problem is, in California, is that we may be more interested in protecting someone's . privilege to drive over someone's right to life, basically," Hill said. Those against requiring those convicted of DUIs to need to use IIDs indefinitely tend to argue that offenders need to be able to carry on with their lives, including by driving themselves to work and other places. But it's also a question of reliability: some groups point to cases where sober people have gotten false positives from, for example, the alcohol in mouthwash. Hill said those inconveniences don't come close to the tragedy of a death to drunken driving. "It's unbelievable and it's appalling that they could take that argument in that direction when you look at the harm and the .
And Hill pointed out that requiring IIDs actually benefits both the public and someone who may be tempted to drive drunk — their licenses aren't taken away, they're just forced to drive responsibly. If the device were still in Canfield's pickup, Hill said, it very well may have saved Marley. "Had (Canfield) been required to have an IID on his vehicle . there's a possibility that time would have allowed for . better judgment to take effect." Meanwhile, Rother Elementary School — where both Michelle and Marley were students, in a sad coincidence — has brought in counselors and other extra staff for the past several days to help Marley's classmates cope with her death.