In Arizona, there is only one type of breath testing machine that is admissible in a DUI case -- the Intoxilyzer 8000. It is produced by a Kentucky company called CMI. In my opinion (and many others' opinions), this machine is not a very good breath testing device, as it often gives inflated (or higher) results than it should when testing a person's BrAC (breath alcohol content). Why then is it the only breath testing machine that the police can use in Arizona? Why can't the police use one of the significantly better alternatives available on the market? Could it be an example of state government at its worst?