The Missouri Senate discussed modifying the States Driving While Intoxicated laws during Wednesday’s meeting. Senator Bill Stouffer says the measure will be modified to comply with federal laws. The current laws allow drivers to receive driving privileges for work, school, medical treatment, alcohol or drug treatment programs, and seeking the services of a certified ignition interlock device provider. Under the terms of this act, the courts will not allow driving privileges to those seeking medical treatment or other circumstances that create undue hardships for the driver.