Jun. 02, 2015

WHAT: The House Joint DUI Task Force, comprised of Republican and Democratic members of the House Judiciary and Transportation committees, will hold its first informational meeting to evaluate Pennsylvania’s DUI statute. Rep. Keith J. Greiner (R-Lancaster) will explain his legislation that would require all repeat and first-time DUI offenders with blood alcohol concentrations of 0.10 percent or greater to use an ignition interlock on their vehicle for at least six months.

WHO: Greiner and other House members, including members of the House DUI Joint Task Force; Craig Stedman, Lancaster County district attorney; Shaun Kaup, Central Penn AAA director of Marketing and Public Relations; Erin Holmes, director of Traffic Safety Programs, Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility; Jack Dalton, public policy director, Lifesaver; and Gary Modi, PennDOT.

WHEN: Thursday, June 4, 10-11:30 a.m.

WHERE: West Lampeter Township Building, 852 Village Road, Lancaster, PA 17602.

Media contact: Jonathan Anzur, 717.260.6610, janzur@pahousegop.com