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NEW YORK FREEDOM RIDER NEWS- 4/23/21 - motorcycle related updates

NEW YORK FREEDOM RIDER NEWS- 4/23/21 - motorcycle related updates

ALABAMA- update

SB357: Motorcycles, reflective protective headgear required, Sec. 32-5A-245 am'd.

Status:
04/20/21: Read second time and placed on the calendar. Pending third reading on day 25. Favorable from Governmental Affairs Committee

Bill text: http://alisondb.legislature.state.al.../SB357-int.pdf
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ARIZONA- law

HB2115: motorcycle safety fund; continuation

Status:
04/16/2021: Governor signed.

Bill text: https://apps.azleg.gov/BillStatus/GetDocumentPdf/489002
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CONNECTICUT- update

SB1103: To require emissions and decibel level testing for motor vehicles and motorcycles, establish a higher rate of sales and use taxes for motorcycles and aftermarket motorcycle mufflers that exceed the maximum allowable decibel level and limit the Passport to the Parks fee to one vehicle per owner.

Status:
4/22/2021: Joint Favorable Substitute. Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office

Bill text: https://www.cga.ct.gov/2021/TOB/S/PD...103-R00-SB.PDF
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ILLINOIS- update

HB656: Vehicle code- motorcycle passengers. Amends the Illinois Vehicle Code. Requires the passenger of a motorcycle to be capable of resting a foot on the footrest while the motorcycle is in motion.

Status:
4/19/2021: Senate- introduced, placed on Calendar Order of First Reading
4/16/2021: House- Third Reading - Consent Calendar – Passed. Vote: 108-0

Bill text: https://www.ilga.gov/legislation/102...0HB0656eng.pdf
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MISSOURI- update

HB996: Modifies provisions relating to auxiliary lighting for motorcycles

Status:
4/20/2021: Placed on Informal Calendar

Bill text: https://www.house.mo.gov/billtrackin.../1292H.01I.pdf
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NEVADA- update

AB130: Revises provisions governing insurance. An act relating to insurance; requiring insurance companies to offer uninsured and underinsured vehicle coverage in policies that cover motorcycles; requiring insurance companies to offer the option of covering certain medical expenses in policies that cover motorcycles;

Status:
Apr 16, 2021: Senate- Read first time. Referred to Committee on Commerce and Labor. To committee.

Bill text: https://www.leg.state.nv.us/App/NELI...Bill/7453/Text
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PENNSYLVANIA- updates

HB69/SB82: An Act amending the act of March 28, 1984 (P.L.150, No.28), known as the Automobile Lemon Law, further providing for definitions, for repair obligations, for manufacturer's duty for refund or replacement and for presumption of a reasonable number of attempts. [adds motorcycle]

Status:
Assembly:
April 19, 2021: Reported as committed. First consideration. Laid on the table.
Senate:
April 19, 2021: Second consideration. Re-referred to Appropriations

Bill text: https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs...r=0069&pn=0045
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TEXAS- update

HB1838: Relating to intelligence databases for combinations and criminal street gangs.

Status:
04/22/2021: Committee report distributed and sent to Calendars
04/16/2021: Homeland Security and Public Safety Committee- considered in formal meeting. Committee substitute considered in committee. Reported favorably as substituted

Bill text: https://capitol.texas.gov/tlodocs/87...pdf#navpanes=0
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FEDERAL-

Motorcycle Riders Foundation, MRF
https://mrf.org/federal-legislative-issues/

Save the Motorcyclist Advisory Council
Ask You Representative to Cosponsor H.R. 2141

Save the Motorcyclist Advisory Council:
Ask You Representative to Cosponsor H.R. 2141

Congress is back from its Easter break and it’s time for them to hear from bikers! Last month Congressman Mike Gallagher of Wisconsin and a bipartisan group of House members introduced H.R. 2141, the Motorcyclist Advisory Reauthorization Act. As you may remember the Motorcyclist Advisory Council (MAC) is a group within the U.S. Department of Transportation that serves as the only official forum for motorcyclists to discuss motorcycle issues with the federal government. The MAC is set to expire and be disbanded September 30th, 2021 if Congress doesn’t act!

We need to help Congressman Gallagher gain cosponsors to H.R. 2141 and ensure motorcyclists continue to have an official voice within the federal government. Click here to contact your member of the U.S. House of Representatives and ask them to cosponsor H.R. 2141.
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