Friday, August 12, 2011
Yesterday I had the opportunity to be a guest political analyst on Fox 25’s morning news segment “Tolman and Gray”. Former state senator Warren Tolman and I discussed the instability of the stock market and the possible effects it might have on the U.S. economy. We also discussed the need to strengthen the habitual traffic offender law.
Later in the day I also made a guest appearance on NECN’s “Broadside” where I was interviewed by special guest host Chet Curtis. Chet and I focused our discussion on the need to remove habitual traffic offenders from our streets, the current Massachusetts’ habitual traffic offender law and the necessity to strengthen it now.
Please play the posted videos below to watch yesterday’s appearances. Also posted below is a report by Chris Cassidy of the Boston Herald which details a bill that I’m proposing that would provide the registrar of motor vehicles with the necessary tools to lengthen the suspensions and provide possible lifetime bans of habitual traffic offenders.
Bill Would Allow RMV to Pull a Bad Driver