MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- A Wisconsin Assembly committee will hold a hearing today on legislation that'd impose mandatory minimum sentences on drunken drivers. Lawmakers aren't expected to vote on the proposal today. It'd impose a minimum three-year prison sentence for people getting their seventh-, eighth- or ninth offense and require a four-year minimum sentence for a tenth offense and beyond.
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