A bill intended to strengthen Wyoming’s DUI laws sponsored by Teton County Representative Keith Gingery appears headed for an up-hill battle in the Senate. The bill would essentially eliminate a drunken driver’s right to refuse a breathalyzer or blood-alcohol test. A Senate committee has approved House Bill 29 for discussion on the Senate floor, but some members are warning that it could die there. Gingery says refusing to take a test has become a loophole for repeat DUI offenders and prevents officers from collecting the evidence necessary to win a conviction. Senator Floyd Esquibel of Laramie County says he has concerns about the bill’s intrusiveness. Other Senators say they have concerns about taking blood samples from people without a warrant.