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MADD National Conference: Steps on Capitol Hill
By Jan Withers | September 27, 2012| 3 Comments | Filed in: General

Today, as part of the 2012 Mothers Against Drunk Driving National Conference, more than 300 drunk driving crash victims and survivors, MADD volunteers and supporters from across the country are gathered at the U.S. Capitol for legislative meetings to urge Congressional action on two important measures: full funding for priority highway safety programs, and passage of a Constitutional Amendment providing for crime victims’ rights.

Click here to read the press release for more information.




Submitted by Texas Approved List at 02:36 PM on December 4, 2014
Very heartbreaking to know that peoples lives are shattered by poor decision making. Keep up the good work MADD!
Submitted by BROOOM at 01:06 PM on October 4, 2012
I feel very bad for the people who have lost loved ones, and I am thankful that none of my relatives smoke or use any type of tobacco product.
Submitted by RealistX at 03:00 PM on September 28, 2012
I think MADD should be abandoned and reformed. "Parents for Good Parenting" or something of this sort. Fathers are against drunk driving, oh, so are non mothers and non fathers. All of this stems from parenting. THE SOURCE! We need a program that advocates good parenting and a social network for parents to share what works for them and what did not work. Every action that occurs in society is a product of parenting. Drunk driving is a symptom. Like a cough to a cold, a fever to an infection, etc.

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