The Advocate reports on East Baton Rouge's policy towards DWIs amongst city-parish employees. Unlike Louisiana state employees, city employees with DWIs were allowed to remain on the job and drive city vehicles as long as they had a valid driver's license. Twenty-five city-parish employees who drove city vehicles had more than two DWI convictions. The state was also more strict about review driving records regularly. The articles have stimulated reforms of the city-parish's policies.