The 2016 Mothers Against Drunk Driving report to the nation was released this month, ranking Utah high in drunk driving prevention efforts. Utah received a rating of 3.5 out of 5 stars receiving full points for having an all offender interlock law and expedited warrants. Utah received half points in several categories including child endangerment, license revocation and sobriety checkpoints which are conducted throughout the state but are not done monthly. Neighboring Colorado received 4 out of 5 stars, ranking them in the top ten states in the nation for drunk driving prevention efforts. The difference between Colorado and Utah is that sobriety checkpoints are performed at least monthly in Colorado. On the other end of the spectrum, Wyoming received 1.5 stars, ranking them in the bottom 5 states in the nation. The 2016 Mothers Against Drunk Driving report states that the national average came out at 2.91 stars out of 5. Among the main campaign initiatives of the organization for 2016 has been to push for high visibility law enforcement.