Posted in "Jason's Law" HR 2156, tagged Congress, HR2156, Infrastructure, Jason's Law, Logistics, Parking, Politics, safety, Security, Supply Chain, Transportation, Traveling with Pets, truckers, Trucking on June 14, 2009 |
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Getting involved is much easier if you know where to start. I just spent some time today contacting my Representative with this Easy Link
I simply put in my State and Zip Code and I got the contact information I need to get involved and ask my Represetative to Support “Jason’s Law” HR 2156 for more Safe Trucker Parking.
Can you take a few minutes and get involved too?
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Posted in "Jason's Law" HR 2156, tagged Cargo, Freight, Highway, Infrastructure, Jason, Logistics, Politics, Rivenburg, safety, Security, Supply Chain, TA, Transportation, Traveling with Pets, truckers, Trucking, VDOT, Virginia on June 14, 2009 |
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Posted in Texas Bill HB2932 & SB1558, tagged Austin, Change, Criminals, Dallas, Drugs, FBI, highways, Organizations, Police, Politics, Predators, Rape, safety, Security, Students, Texas, truckers, Trucking, Twitter, Violence, Women on April 21, 2009 |
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This is why I Support Texas Bill HB 2932 & SB 1558
Another twist of fate occurred while I have been trying to finish my student trucker story on “Ask the Trucker “ in a section created for me called, A Day in the Life of a Lady Trucker .
In December 2008 I received a notification from Dallas Police Headquarters that my DNA was matched to the man who raped me in front of my small children in 1989.
Some of the difficulties I had from that crime were from the way it was mishandled by DPD in the eighties. I just last month learned more about the man who did this cowardly act.
At the time, the organizational structure I reported to and sought assistance from failed me and I did not trust them.
I carried a lot of bitterness toward this organization until about 6 years ago when I saw a woman on CNN speaking about how she took the initiative to follow up on her own rape case with the Dallas Police Department. As it turned out, a suspect was apprehended who was a radio personality and serial rapist. I learned later that Dallas, Texas had a rash of separate serial rapes that occurred in the eighties.
I was motivated to take control of my bitterness, so I called Dallas Police headquarters and with relative ease made contact with a Sergeant who listened to my story and my hostility. (more…)
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