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April 7, 2021

AB 863 – DUI Loophole Fact Sheet

April 7, 2021

We Save Lives supports AB 863, which prohibits supervising drivers from being under the influence of drugs or alcohol or both.

  Drunk driving kills 28 people a day in this country, that is one person every 52 minutes. Furthermore,  drunk driving accounts
April 2, 2021

We Save Lives supports support HB 443, legislation that would add two words (stop and) in four places in the Texas Transportation Code.

On behalf of We Save Lives, and our more than 50 partners, we are urging you to support HB 443, legislation that would add two words (stop and) in four places in the Texas Transportation Code.
April 2, 2021

We Save Lives on behalf of our 45 partners supports Assembly Bill 10 that would change the penalty of vehicular manslaughter from a simple misdemeanor to a gross misdemeanor

We Save Lives is a national organization that focuses on the 3 D’, drunk, drugged and distracted driving. Unfortunately, due to the social acceptance of distracted driving and lack of sanctions
April 2, 2021

We Save Lives supports HB 3325, legislation that would change the word “accident” to “crash” within the Texas Transportation Code.

On behalf of We Save Lives, a national non-profit, focusing on drunk, drugged and distracted driving and the Drop the “A” Word coalition, we are asking for your support for HB 3325,
March 24, 2021

We Saves Lives Responds to New York’s Attempt to Decriminalize Drugged Driving while Legalizing Marijuana.

We Save Lives was recently asked by Executive Assistant District Attorney, Maureen McCormick’s to comment on pending legislation that would legalize marijuana and at the same time make drugged driving an infraction. The following is our response.
January 22, 2020

Know Your Role on Super Bowl Sunday

Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk Are You Drinking? If so, don’t drive. Follow these tips to have fun, stay alive, and avoid getting pulled over […]
December 28, 2020

Caleb Trahan Success Story

The loud phone ringing woke her from a deep sleep, but the ring was not as piercing as the words she would hear after mumbling, “Hello?”, […]
December 19, 2020

Senate Passes Feinstein, Cornyn Resolution Marking ‘National Impaired Driving Prevention Month’

            Washington—The Senate last night passed a resolution introduced by Senators Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) and John Cornyn (R-Texas) marking December as […]
November 20, 2020

Coping with Grief During the Holidays

“Mourning is the most intense process that most people ever go through.  Grief is complex, unpredictable and primal. Many people are frightened by it-frightened by feeling […]