"Call to Action" Motorcycle Helmet Law Modification in Michigan
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Consiglio, President, ABATE of Michigan
RE: "Call to Action" Motorcycle Helmet Law Modification in Michigan
ABATE of Michigan would like the help of all motorcyclists in their fight for freedom. Senate Bill 291 passed the Michigan Senate with a 24 YES vote to 14 NO vote in late June. We want to thank all those activists who sent a post card to Governor Snyder over the summer. SB 291 passed the Michigan House of Representatives with a 69 YES to 39 NO on November 2nd. The bill must pass a "concurrence vote" in the state senate and then will go to the governor. A letter from a "FREE" State may help him realize Michigan loses motorcycle money every day of the summer with a mandatory helmet law. Governor Snyder prides himself on being all about business and helping business. Please urge Governor Snyder to support adult choice.
MAIL to :Governor Rick Snyder
Thanks for helping us in our efforts.
Vince Consiglio President, ABATE of Michigan
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