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Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) staff and volunteers across the country are teaming up with law enforcement to promote safe boating and educate the community about the dangers of operating a boat or watercraft while impaired by alcohol or other...
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Proclamation Ceremony – Monday April 25, 2022 – 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. The Proclamation Ceremony will feature proclamations in support of victim/survivors and speeches from state and local representatives, victim service agencies, and survivors highlighting the 2022 theme of...
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MADD partners with DTRIC Insurance, First Hawaiian Bank and others on campaign; event launch press conference set for Thursday, Nov. 18 in Kakaako HONOLULU – Commemorating the 35th year of its signature “Tie One On for Safety” red ribbon campaign,...
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We invite you to be creative by tying on a MADD Red Ribbon as a way of demonstrating your commitment not to drink and drive. Take a photo or video of your creative ribbon tying, post it on your social...
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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...
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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...
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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’...
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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...
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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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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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