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FREE LANE SPLITTING BUMPER STICKERS!!!Click link below for free bumper sticker.Governor Brown VETOED our lane splitting bill after it passed the Legislature with strong bipartisan support. We will have a new Governor in 2023. Let's get our message out!INSTRUCTIONS: Click the link below and use the Contact Us form and list YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS IN POSTAL FORMAT IN THE MESSAGE BOX and click send and you will receive your bumper sticker in 2-4 weeks. You are authorizing my office to send you promotional materials and your name and address will never be shared with anyone. oregonmotorcyclelaw.com/contact-us/ ...
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Now what am I supposed to do with all these bumper stickers? #lanesplitting #GovBrownVeto #WTF #prematurestickers ...
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONCERNING THE GOVERNOR'S VETO:Senate Bill 574 would have legalized a limited form of motorcycle lane filtering in Oregon. The bill:* passed full Senate and House floor votes, with 3-to-1 bipartisan majorities* had 17 sponsors, with a nearly even split of Democrats and Republicans, House and Senate, from rural, urban, and suburban districts* received written support from over 600 Oregon motorcyclists* was endorsed by many Oregon businesses and organizations* received a "Do Pass" recommendation from the Joint Committee on TransportationGovernor Brown vetoed the bill on May 26th, citing numerous concerns, including noncompliance and enforcement.Senate Bill 574 was one of the most widely supported bills in the current legislative session, a vivid illustration of elected officials successfully working together to support Oregonians.Commenting on the veto, Senator Michael Dembrow, first Chief Sponsor of the bill, wrote "the Governor obviously has the responsibility of acting to promote public safety, and I generally agree with her actions towards that end. This time I think she’s making a mistake."Oregon Motorcycle Law Attorney, Christopher Slater, was surprised by the veto, noting that he could not find a prior bill that Governor Brown had ever vetoed in the last 6 years (other than line item budget vetoes). Oregon Motorcycle Law will continue to work for Oregon riders at the legislature, with our community and partners, including BikePAC (ABATE) and Lane Share Oregon. Please consider supporting these organizations as they are working for Oregon riders at the Capitol. Oregon Motorcycle Law is a locally-owned and operated law firm that represents Oregon riders injured in motorcycle accidents and supports the interests of the motorcycle community at the Capitol. For more information, please visit oregonmotorcyclelaw.com/ ...
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