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What is a Virtual Walk? Participants and Teams register and fundraise same as before and on the event day – we walk together virtually. You can walk anywhere and at any time, at your convenience. Go around your neighborhood, the park, the...
Congressional approval will result in state-of-art smart technology in all new cars to eliminate drunk driving A key provision in the U.S. Senate’s bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, if passed, would lead to a new national safety standard requiring...
Their son is gone, but Ed and Paula Werner are attempting to ease even a tiny part of the pain for the next parents who lose a child to an impaired driver. Kaulana Werner, then 19, was hit and killed...
We are so excited to be back to planning our signature fundraising event – Walk Like MADD! This year we will be at a new venue – we’ve outgrown the mall – Kaka’ako Waterfront Park. Save Saturday September 18, 2021...
When a mother or mother figure loses a child to a drunk driving crash, their entire world is ripped apart. That pain moves them to fight so that no other mothers have to go through that horrible experience. That’s why all month...
By Ben Gutierrez| April 21, 2021 at 9:51 PM HST – Updated April 22 at 10:51 AM HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) – If lawmakers have their way, drivers who get behind the wheel while extremely intoxicated could lose their license for up to...
This could be a big week for the VOCA Fix – The bill passed the U.S. House last week and is in the Senate’s hands this week! Lifesaving services for drunk & drugged driving victims are on the line. Honor Crime Victims’...
What the HALT Act Does: The HALT (Honoring Abbas Family Legacy to Terminate Drunk Driving) Act calls for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to engage in a rulemaking[1] process that will lead to the installation of advanced passive...
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....
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...