Although we disagree with the delay in implementing this bill, The Governor needs to sign this bill. You need to call the governor's office to make sure he does. This is the Washington State Senate bill 5289. ​The Governor's office number is 360-902-4111. You can send the Governor a message using this link also.



 This  an amendment to an existing law in California, that needs your support. The subject matter is distracted driving. If you live in CA., or know someone who does, please review and support this bill. (Click any the link)


​                               This Florida bill will make distracted driving a primary offense vs a secondary one.


                                                ​This Illinois bill creates the 24-7 Sobriety Pilot Program Act. 


These Iowa bills will toughen penalties against distracted driving, mandate twice a day breath testing for convicted drunk drivers, and require participants in the sobriety monitoring program to install Ignition Interlocks (IID's) in their vehicles. 



​This Oregon bill will increase the penalty for using a mobile device while driving, increase the penalty for multiple offenses, and require minimum fines. 

​                                          https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2017R1/Measures/Overview/SB2


                                This Washington State bill bans the use of handheld devices while driving

​                                      https://app.leg.wa.gov/billsummary?BillNumber=1371&Year=2017


                                                                            ABBREVIATIONS and SYMBOLS

ALR = administrative license revocation

BAC = blood alcohol concentration

BrAC = breath alcohol concentration

CDL = commercial driver's license

CMV = commercial motor vehicle

DUI = driving under the influence

DWI = driving while intoxicated

EMS = emergency medical services

Mand = mandatory

N/A = not applicable

OUI = operating under the influence

OWI = operating while intoxicated

Susp = suspended Rev = revoked

UrAC = urine alcohol concentration > = greater than < = less than ≥ = greater than or equal to ≤ = less than or equal to

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