qThis stubborn, intractable, uncompromising woman, Doris Aiken, began her unrelenting assault on NYS legislative leaders in 1980astunningly, against all odds, her voice was heard, resulting in immediate bi-partisan legislative cooperation passage of 13 DWI reform bills that dropped drunk driving deaths 27%.q aChris Cernick, former Assembly Special Panel for DWI reform, 12-31-2001 qThe right of citizens to petition government was rarely so well exercised as in the 1980s by Doris Aiken, leader of NYS RID, to deter drunken driving. Thousands are alive today because of her prodding of government to combat this menace.q aLeslie G. Foschio, Federal Magistrate, former DMV Commissioner, 1-3-2002 aI once told a reporter that Doris was a pit bull, but if she were in charge, the budget would pass on time.a aJames Tedisco, NYS Assemblyman, 4-4-2002Summer 1998 Did you know that more than 4000 people, mainly teens, died of alcohol poisoning in 1996? Hello? ... people who think it is no onea#39;s business how much a person drinks as long as they dona#39;t get behind the wheel? Then you anbsp;...
|Title||:||My Life as a Pit Bull|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2002-05-01|