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State Police will monitor Connecticut’s roads for drunk driving, speeding, seat-belt violations and distracted driving over Labor Day weekend. Troopers will use traditional and nontraditional state police vehicles to search for reckless and intoxicated drivers through Monday. They will staff sobriety checkpoints, increase roving patrols and use the State Police Breath Alcohol Testing Mobile Unit, according to a news release. Police officials are encouraging drivers to stay safe. Police said more than 35 million drivers are expected to travel across the country this weekend.
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