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PowerTalk 21 Across the Country
By MADD | April 18, 2014

This April, in anticipation of PowerTalk 21 day, we’ve been promoting 21 Days in Support of 21. Since the 1st of April, we’ve held events, provided tips and tools, and shared stories to encourage parents and caregivers to start talking with their teens about underage drinking.


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Support a Felony DUI Law for Colorado!

Mothers Against Drunk Driving supports HB 1036, legislation that will create a felony DUI provision in Colorado law. This legislation is scheduled for a house vote is being considered by the House Appropriations Committee right now, so we need you to take action now and email your lawmakers asking them to support a felony DUI law in our state.  

Please click here to email your lawmakers to support HB 1036.

Colorado is currently one of only 4 states that do not have a felony DUI law. This means that repeat drunk drivers continue to be charged with misdemeanors no matter how many times they are arrested for driving drunk. Passage of this bill would make driving drunk a felony upon a third offense in seven years or after a fourth offense in a lifetime.  

MADD Colorado works with hundreds of families who were impacted by drunk driving crashes caused by repeat offenders. So often families who have lost loved ones ask “Why wasn’t something more done on an earlier DUI offense? How did this person get to four, five, or six DUIs?” 

HB 1036 is Colorado’s opportunity to more seriously address those who continue to drive drunk in hopes of sparing families from tragedies caused by repeat drunk driving offenders. You can read more about the bill in The Denver Post

With your support, we can help strengthen Colorado’s drunk driving laws.


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