Do you support this law (click on link) From the link: A new Ohio law took effect Tuesday that will set up a searchable online database of drunken drivers by name, birth date and address, the Columbus Dispatch reported Tuesday. Under the law, courts must send the Ohio Department of Public Safety the records of people who have been convicted of driving drunk at least five times over a 20-year period. Scott Woodworth, 49, who is serving a five-year prison term on his 13th drunken driving conviction, told the newspaper that he supports the new law. People have a right to know who among them is a drunk, said Woodworth. He knows he'll never own a vehicle again, and he hasn't had a license for years. Once out, he says, he will get a bicycle and hope to land a job close to his home. The devices that require someone to blow before starting a car, he said, would have kept him off the streets all these years. He said it was only by God's grace that he never killed anyone. "I don't think I ever hit anything," he said. "At least that I know about."