Repeat drunken drivers will be subject to tougher penalties under a bill passed by Nebraska lawmakers.
The measure passed Friday will increase the maximum penalty for a second-offense DUI from 90 days in jail to up to five years in prison.
The higher penalty will only apply if the repeat offender has a blood alcohol content at least twice the legal limit.
The bill was sponsored by Omaha Senator Lowen Kruse.
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