Pole saws are a lot of fun.
Below is an email from Edward Kohls–a lead advocate for the “Manslaughter by Vehicle or Vessel-Criminal Negligence” bill. Hi. I’m not sure if you are aware that this bill is one step from becoming law – against huge political odds – and we need your help. This bill affects the safety of vehicles, vessels, walkers, runners, […]
Baltimore Sun – Mike Dresser’s blog http://weblogs.baltimoresun.com/news/traffic/2011 /03/aaa_lawmakers_seek_new_auto_ma.html Law Advice Blog picked up Dresser’s blog http://www.lawadvice.ws/aaa-lawmakers-seek-new- auto-manslaughter-law-baltimore-sun-blog/ CBS Baltimore’s website (WJZ-TV) http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2011/03/29/group-wants- legislature-to-close-vehicular-manslaughter-loophole/ WJZ-TV 11pm – closed captioning Derek Valcourt explains family members of victims are not making an emotional appeal for change. Reporter: 15-year-old Conner Cole struck and killed by a reckless drive. Cole’s […]
La ley en vigencia no castiga a conductores que matan a alguien con su vehículo. Esta ley está bajo revisión en este momento y ya a sido aprobada por la Cámara de representantes. Falta que la ley estableciendo como un Crimen de Homicidio a la persona que por manejar su vehículo en una manera negligente mata a […]
Earlier today we provided an update on the status of MD House Bill 363. The following further update is provided by Bike Maryland: Confirmation was received late last night that the House Judiciary Committee unanimously passed House Bill 363 – Manslaughter by Motor Vehicle Criminal Negligence – out of Committee! This is terrific news. Today […]
Tomorrow, WABA Board Member Jim Titus will join with other Maryland cyclists, pedestrians, and advocates testifying in support of HB 363, which would fill a gap in Maryland’s criminal law that currently operates to allow drivers who kill cyclists to receive little or no punishment. In short, the bill creates a misdemeanor for causing the […]
Join WABA Instructor and Black Women Bike Organizer, Robyn Short, as she offers a look at some of the lesser-known trails in Prince George’s County and how you can reach them.
Learn to ride a bike in about three hours!