Posts Tagged Motorcycle

Response from one of my state representatives

Posted 13 February 2009 by
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Note that I’ve already sent a thank-you by e-mail. I’ve left the full message here so that you are able to see what a state legislator receives when you complete the on-line form on the Washington legislature website. —–Original Message—–From: Homchick, Lacey On Behalf Of McCoy, Rep. JohnSent: Friday, February 13, 2009 9:14 AMTo: ‘mail@rrchapman.us’Subject: [...]

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E-mail text to my state representatives about HB 1497, Secton 901 (12)

Posted 12 February 2009 by
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Rep. Sells and Rep. McCoy: HB1497, Section 901 (12) eliminates the authority for entire motorcycle safety education program in the Department of Licensing. This program is entirely paid for with user fees. It does not take money away from schools, healthcare, highways, the environment, or prisons. Eliminating this program will not provide more money for [...]

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E-mail text to my state represenatives about HB2087, Section 34

Posted 12 February 2009 by
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Rep. McCoy and Rep. Sells: HB2087, Section 34, eliminates the Motorcycle Safety Education Advisory Board while keeping safety program in place. This does not make sense. It is the board that advises on best how to implement the safety program. Money for this program, including the board, comes directly from the fees I pay to [...]

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E-mail text to my state senator about SB5588, Sect. 109

Posted 12 February 2009 by
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Here is the text of my message to my state senator regarding suspending the motorcycle safety education advisory board in an attempt to balance the budget. Since we are on my blog, and not submitting an e-mail using a web form, I’ve uploaded a picture of my bike while in the shop after the accident [...]

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12 months, but not 52 weeks

Posted 29 January 2009 by
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Like many other local motorcycle riders, I don’t winterize my Honda VTX. The reason? I am able to ride year ’round. That is, I can ride 12 months per year, but not 52 weeks. There is a reason for not being able to ride 52 weeks. This year the reason was a little more of [...]

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