Posted Tuesday, January 17, 2012
A new study says a dangerous lack of roadway laws in Ohio is costing the state lives and millions of dollars in lost productivity, medical and unemployment expenses. But driving in Ohio has never been safer. Slightly more than a thousand people died in traffic accidents in 2011 -- the lowest number on record. Given that, do we really need tougher traffic laws? Join the debate Tuesday at 9:00 on The Sound of Ideas.
Jacqueline S. Gillan, president, Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety
Brian Newbacher, public affairs director, East Central AAA
John Bowman, communications director, National Motorists Association
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