A new regulation regarding ignition interlock devices, KAR 92-56-2 is now effective in Kansas. The law requires all Kansas ignition interlock device program users to have a camera to capture facial recognition of the driver when providing a sample. Note, As for those devices without cameras already in vehicles, they're grandfathered in until 2021.
Kansas FOX 4 news picked up the new law story and did a piece on it. To check it out click HERE.