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Never Let a Serious Crisis go to Waste: oos E-Newsletter #370

The headlines were predictable: “Huge spike in traffic deaths is largest since 1940s”, “Why Are America’s Traffic Deaths Rising So Fast?”, “Rise in traffic deaths last year raises alarm at NHTSA”, “NHTSA seeks new ways to boost safety.” They’re responding to news of a projected 9.3 percent jump in highway fatalities through the first nine […]

2015 Fourth Quarter Legislative Update: oos E-Newsletter #364

The legislative process slows down throughout the fall and into the holidays since most state legislatures have recessed for the year. Look for much more activity in the first quarter of 2016. However, we did see a few notable proposals that required our members’ attention in the fourth quarter of 2015, which we will summarize […]

Disarming Your Opponent with Reason and Facts: oos E-Newsletter #360

Editor’s Note: The oos has a long tradition of calling out the AAA for its often contradictory or hypocritical stances on important motorists’ issues such as improperly set speed limits and the use of red-light cameras. oos Base Executive Director Jim Walker has often led the charge as he did recently with this letter to […]

The Backwards IIHS: oos E-Newsletter #356

The oos has never been shy about calling out the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) for its agenda-driven “research,” shoddy methodology and reality-defying study results. So, we were skeptical when we read this headline in the latest IIHS newsletter: “Offering skid avoidance course to teen drivers doesn’t improve safety.” The article summarizes a Maryland […]

Royalties for Prince George’s County: oos E-Newsletter #355

In our May 2014 ranking of states by how they treat motorists, Maryland didn’t fare well. It came in fifth worst – not counting the District of Columbia – behind only New York, Delaware, New Jersey, and Vermont.  Law Enforcement Tactics was the scoring category most instrumental to Maryland’s poor ranking. The state earned only […]