NHTSA Awards recognize efforts to make roadways safer
Assemblyman Mike Feuer, California State Assembly, District 42, West Hollywood, California. In recognition of your dedication to stopping DUI and saving lives in California through the introduction and passage of bold legislation requiring ignition interlocks for convicted drunk drivers.
State Representative Richard Glorioso, Florida House of Representatives, District 62, Plant City, Florida. In recognition of your leadership and commitment to saving lives and reducing injuries in Florida by sponsoring a primary seat belt law.
Captain Howard B. Hall, Baltimore County Police Department, Baltimore, Maryland. In recognition of your leadership and innovation in developing and implementing the Data-Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety model for the Baltimore County Police Department.
State Senator Anthony Hill, Florida State Senator, District 1, Jacksonville, Florida. In recognition of your leadership and commitment to saving lives and reducing injuries in Florida by sponsoring a primary seat belt law.
Timothy S. Hollister, Attorney, Shipman & Goodwin, LLP, Hartford, Connecticut. In recognition of your steadfast advocacy for teen driving safety and extraordinary efforts to assist parents in making informed decisions about safe teen driving.
Vinita Howard, Traffic Safety Advocate, Salem, Oregon. In recognition of your continued dedication to saving lives on Oregon’s roadways.
Judge Larry Long, Second Judicial Circuit, Pierre, South Dakota. In recognition of your creation and implementation of the successful 24/7 defendant sobriety program to keep DUI offenders sober, and minimize the risk they pose to other drivers on South Dakota roadways.
State Senator Steve Murphy, Minnesota State Senate, District 28, Red Wing, Minnesota. In recognition of your leadership and commitment to saving lives and reducing injuries in Minnesota by sponsoring a primary seat belt law.
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