Thank you for the question. I appreciate the enormity or the length of this particular bill.
In terms of the mandatory roadside screening, as you quite rightly indicate, it does not provide law enforcement officers with any additional powers, but certainly to pull people over on the roadside in compliance with the current laws.... In terms of how the mandatory alcohol screenings will be administered, certainly we have to continue to work with law enforcement and to support law enforcement officers with regard to the ability of having the screening devices available to them and having the training and testing with respect to various jurisdictions in terms of law enforcement officers.
How the screening will unfold, I suspect, would be a combination of the situations you speak to, whether it be the random roadside stops or the roadblocks at Christmastime. I know that other jurisdictions, in having these conversations, have discussions and do research around situations where there's an increase in terms of impaired drivers driving, whether that be in the early morning hours or around a specific location in a city or a town, but again, this is—