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Posted: November 3, 2017

AB201 Passes Assembly Vote with Your Help! CORRECTED
By "ABATE of Wisconsin, Inc." <stevepanten+yahoo.com@ccsend.com>

AB201 Passes Assembly Vote!

(ABATE of Wisconsin's Right-of-Way Violations Bill)

Thank You for your work on this!

On November 2nd the Wisconsin Assembly voted on AB201, ABATE of Wisconsin's ROW Violations Bill and it PASSED! I am waiting to confirm, but I heard that there was only one member voting against it.

I would like to thank EVERYONE for all the work on this important piece of legislation. I especially want to thank those that participated in our Storm the Capitol event that took place on October 12th. I can only believe that because of that very important day, we were able to get this moving so quickly.

The next step is for the State Senate to schedule it for a vote. I spoke with Senate Leadership earlier this week and I was told that it will happen. We will continue to watch to make sure this does not get dropped.

Again, I would like to thank everyone for all your efforts. We have been working on this for a few years now and it is exciting to finally see progress.

Stay tuned ...

Steve Panten, ABATE of Wisconsin Legislative Committee Chair

mailto:stevepanten@yahoo.com 262-933-2086

Our apology for sending this out twice. The date of the vote was incorrect on the first version.

ABATE (A Brotherhood Against Totalitarian Enactments) is a bi-partisan grass roots organization with a goal to give the motorcyclists of Wisconsin a strong, united voice with regard to their future, their way of life, their safety and their legal rights as motorcyclists and citizens.

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