Monthly Archives: August 2018

I want to share a very hard story with you in the hope of doing some good. In 2004 I lost my son. He wasn’t sick. He wasn’t involved in anything that society would deem troublesome. My son, Kris, was...
After working with Mothers Against Drunk Driving® and supporters, Rhode Island has enhanced its child endangerment law so that driving while impaired with a child passenger is now a felony on the second offense. It’s about time. In 2016, 1,233...
  • MADD National President
Last month, I had the honor to once again testify in Washington D.C. in front of members of the U.S. Congress at the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s Subcommittee on Digital Commerce and Consumer Protection. I joined three other panelists...