How To Contact Lawmakers

Alabama
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Alaska
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Arizona
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Arkansas
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California
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Colorado
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Connecticut
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Delaware
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District of Columbia
The DC Council has 13 elected members, one from each of the eight wards and five elected at-large. Contact: (202) 724-8032. Get in contact with the one from your ward, all five at-large council members, and the mayor.
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Florida
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Georgia
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Hawaii
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Idaho
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Illinois
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Indiana
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Iowa
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Kansas
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Kentucky
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Louisiana
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Maine
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Maryland
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Massachusetts
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Michigan
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Minnesota
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Mississippi
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Missouri
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Montana
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Nebraska
Nebraska has a one-chamber legislature. Get in contact with the state senator elected in the district where you live.
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Nevada
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New Hampshire
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New Jersey
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New Mexico
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New York
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North Carolina
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North Dakota
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Ohio
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Oklahoma
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Oregon
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Pennsylvania
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Rhode Island
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South Carolina
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South Dakota
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Tennessee
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Texas
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Utah
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Vermont
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Virginia
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Washington
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West Virginia
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Wisconsin
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Wyoming
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If you want to get in contact with Members of Congress, don’t write letters to their Capitol Hill offices in Washington, D.C. Ever since the anthrax attacks, all that mail goes through a security process that takes weeks. You are better off using http://www.house.gov/writerep and http://www.senate.gov.

If writing, your letter should be brief, concise and hand written. You can telephone or e-mail, (or in some cases use a spam-resistant webmail form). Tell them you demand tough laws to eliminate drunk driving; repeal of underage drinking laws and all other restrictions on alcohol; and plowed sidewalks, crosswalk lights, and zoning changes to provide fairness for people who don’t drive.

Remind them that MADD activists they meet are essentially auto industry lobbyists who want to get teenagers addicted to driving. The more teenagers drink, the more they’ll learn life-long habits to avoid driving.

The punishment for drunk driving should be dished out entirely to drunk drivers, not diverted to innocent, responsible drinkers under 21. Tough punishment can deter a drunk from driving, but cannot deter a citizen from being 20 years old.

You need to let go, and accept that drinking is a right. You have a right not to drink, but no right to use your government as a weapon to intimidate or harass other people who drink. You don’t need the government to say you are superior to drunks. Drunks rationalize that “If they didn’t want me to drive drunk, they shouldn’t have put the nearest bar ten miles from my house, and nowhere near any bus line. What am I supposed to do, blow thirty dollars on taxis every time I wanna get drunk?” You may want to answer that they shouldn’t get drunk, but that is their right, even if it is not good for them. Your government never had any right to restrict the sale of alcoholic beverages, no matter what your government inscribed on any of its documents. Governments cannot acquire authority by manufacturing documents. The way they see it, if they allow dry county, underage drinking, Sunday closing or other laws to prevent them from drinking, they suffer a highly dishonorable defeat at the hands of you, the enemies of liberty. Take away all the drunk’s legitimate excuses for messing up, so they can only blame themselves for their situation.

Many drunks will walk home if there is a sidewalk. If there is money for traffic lights then there is money for crosswalk lights. Zoning creates distances people must travel to work, shop, or have a drink, which is totally unfair to walkers. If somebody is free to buy a house on your street and open a tavern, locals will walk there for a drink, rather than drive into town for one. (Restrict noise, not alcohol.) The auto companies that sponsor MADD won’t like it, but there will be much less traffic, much less pollution and much less carnage. The government should not force people to be addicted to driving, nor rob walkers by increasing their rents with parking lot requirements city hall imposes on their landlords.

Lengthy license suspensions will put more people on the bus, allowing bus companies to extend their hours and routes, a big benefit to everybody who does not drive.

Don’t forget to e-mail this link to your favorite radio station and ask them to play RADD PSAs. If somebody has died, the funeral director can print post cards commemorating the victim, and urging the radio station to play RADD PSAs. Funeral guests can complete these and return them to you to mail.
http://radd.org/cwo/About_RADD/RADD_PSAs Cars already exist that park themselves. LEXUS LS Tell the auto makers to apply existing technology to make cars that drive themselves. That will eliminate the carnage on the roads since machines react faster and are far more accurate than humans.



Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers
1401 Eye Street, N.W., Suite 900
Washington, DC 20005

BMW Of North America LLC
300 Chestnut Ridge Rd
Woodcliff Lake, NJ 07677-7739

Chrysler Group LLC
PO Box 21-8004
Auburn Hills, MI 48321-8004

Ford Motor Company
Customer Relationship Center
P.O. Box 6248
Dearborn, MI 48126

GM
P.O. Box 33170
Detroit, MI 48232-5170

Hyundai Motor America
P.O. Box 20850
Fountain Valley, CA 92728-0850

Jaguar Cars Limited
Abbey Road
Whitley
Coventry CV3 4LF
United Kingdom

Land Rover
Banbury Road
Gaydon
Warwick CV35 ORR
United Kingdom

Mazda North American Operations
P.O. Box 19734
Irvine, CA 92623-9734

Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC
Customer Assistance Center
3 Mercedes Drive
Montvale, NJ 07645

Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc.
PO Box 6011
Cypress, CA 90630-0011

Porsche Cars North America
980 Hammond Drive
Suite 1000
Atlanta, Georgia 30328

Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.
19001 South Western Ave.
Torrance, CA 90501

Volkswagen Group of America
2200 Ferdinand Porsche Dr.
Herndon, VA 20171