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(Olympia, WA)  --  A bill that would double penalties for felony DUI in Washington is headed to the governor.  Under the measure approved unanimously yesterday by the Senate, a driver convicted of a fifth DUI, which is a felony under Washington state law, would face up to ten years in prison and a 20-thousand-dollar fine.  The House previously passed the measure unanimously.

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