LANSING (WKZO) -- More than 100 Michigan drivers are facing DUI charges from the July Fourth holiday. The crackdown ran from July 1st through 7th, and included 25 arrests under the state's super-drunk law. Officers in 26 counties took part, with the program coordinated by the Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning using federal money.
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