When someone loses a loved one to drunk or drugged driving, or is injured in a crash, many people feel a common urge to offer comfort, but some words hurt more than others
On May 14, 1988, a school bus carrying 67 people, nearly all of them children, was hit by a drunk driver driving, killing 24 children, the bus driver and two adult chaperones, and injuring 34 others.
MADD supporters are certainly well traveled! Check out the submissions pouring in for the 2017 calendar contest.
Last week, I had the honor and privilege to represent MADD in Washington, D.C. attending oral arguments before the United States Supreme Court in Birchfield v. North Dakota, et. al. Since I was a mere observer sitting “bench” and just like a football fan on Monday, I am playing a little arm chair quarterback regarding some “plays” that were not called on fourth and one.
The Maryland all-offender ignition interlock bill, dubbed Noah’s Law after Officer Noah Leotta who was killed in December of last year by an alleged drunk driver with prior offenses, unanimously passed both Houses late Monday night, mere moments before the session ended for the year.