(WICHITA, Kan.) —
When Florida needed to test it's Intoxilyzer machine, it invited state workers to come get drunk on work time. The bar bill was $330 dollars, plus the pay of the 15 employees who did the drinking.
Florida's Department of Law Enforcement was trying prove the machines are accurate and a good weapon to get drunk drivers off the street.
Defense attorneys across the country have challenged the machines. For a time, the county attorney in Sumner County refused to prosecute based on results.
Read more about the test and the larger issue of the machines here in reporting by the Sarasota Herald Tribune.