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Leah Eisenhardt was killed by a drunk driver in 1980 when she was only 15 years old.

Planning a push for DUI reform: ND drunk driving laws targeted for stiffening

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Editor's Note: This story continues a series on drunken driving in North Dakota that first appeared in Friday's edition.

FARGO -- The doctor never spent a night in jail.

It was April 1980, prom night at Fargo's North High. Fifteen-year-old Leah Eisenhardt and her friends weren't old enough to go, so they went to Dairy Queen instead and headed home for a sleepover. On the way home, they blew a tire on a county road north of Fargo.

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