Monthly Archives: February 2021

Theresa Paulette, MADD Hawaii’s Victim Services Specialist, sent a letter to the Star Advertiser about how existing vehicular technology can save lives now. Read the Island Voices letter here....
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Feb. 25, 2021 Hawaii Tribune Herald – A bill in the state Senate to lower the blood-alcohol limit for impaired driving has cleared one committee and will be heard by its second committee today. Senate Bill 754 would reduce the...
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Please enjoy our latest newsletter that includes a message from the outgoing chair, Kathy Weldon, a wrap up of our 2020 programs and activities and a list of those who donated to support our work in 2020. Wow what a...
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Mothers Against Drunk Driving has requested a meeting with Kansas City Chiefs leadership after two children were injured in a crash that involved Chiefs Assistant Coach Britt Reid. Read more from Kansas City Channel 4 report...
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The Maui News Police DUI Task Force officers made 10 arrests for impaired driving while stepping up enforcement during the Super Bowl weekend. Traffic officers held multiple checkpoints starting Friday and screened 296 vehicles, said Lt. William Hankins, commander of...
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MADD and the National Football League joined forces in 2010 to collaborate on player and employee programs, game-day initiatives, community relations, and awareness programs to promote MADD’s efforts to prevent drunk driving. MADD and the NFL remind fans to “play the Most...
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