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    Time is running out. Due to the November elections, Congress has less than 6 weeks of legislative calendar days to take up legislation on motorcycle profiling. We've gained momentum in recent weeks, don't let this opportunity slip away.

    We are mobilizing our grassroots to tell Speaker Paul Ryan, Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Chairman Bob Goodlatte to consider H.Res.318 before its too late. This is a NEW Call to Action, specifically calling on leadership to push this resolution over the finish line before the end of the year.

    What will it take to gain national attention on this matter? YOUR VOICE.

    You can send a predrafted email to Congressional Leadership by clicking on the link below:

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Ohio has lost one of our great
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Cindy Balach

September 5, 1959 - September 11, 2018

Such a great person!!
All our prayers out to Bill and Family!!!!

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ABATE of Ohio, Inc.
State Seminar
February 1-2, 2019
Embassy Suites / Dublin
5100 Upper Metro Place, Dublin, Ohio, 43017     Map

    Friday: 5-7pm Meet & Greet, Free Happy Hour, PAC Fund Fundraiser.
    Saturday: Free Breakfast/Omelet Bar (with Room Reservation), Registration open at 8:30am, Main event starts at 9:00am, Free Lunch, 5-7pm Free Happy Hour, Awards Banquet Dinner, Silent and Live Autions.
    Sunday: Free Breakfast/Omelet Bar (with Room Reservation)

From the Chairman of the Board page
Mike Stock
 (11-11-18)     November 10, 2018 is the last Board meeting of the year and we will be having our last nominations and voting for State Board members at this meeting. After the meeting the membership will be voting on the Chairman of the Board position. The ballot will be on the back of the Outspokin’ and electronic magazine members will get a ballot in the mail. If there are any questions, please contact the Office and your questions will be answered.........................( Read more....)
From the Exective Director Page
Ed Shetter
 ' (11-11-18)     We take on lobbies that are well funded and have huge PAC funds. We dig in and work at a grass roots level and win to protect our rights as well as the rights of all motorcyclists in Ohio (even the ones that don’t belong to ABATE.)
Where others would only complain about something being unfair (maybe make a meme for Facebook if they were really ticked), we figure out a way to make a change or prevent changes if it takes away our rights....................( Read more....)

From the Legislative Page
Kolman Fuzy
  (11-11-18)     HB 248, the hearing protection bill passed the House and has been sent to the Senate. HB 115, the Road Guarding Bill continues to languish, however I am continuing to work to see if we can make it more palatable to the opposition. Profiling discussions are continuing. If anyone has any issues that you feel Abate should be addressing, please bring them to my attention...................... ( Read more )
From the Safety & Ed Page
Mike Stock
  (11-11-18)     Motorcyclist’s biggest threat at this time is Distracted Drivers. We go down the road every day and see it first hand. That it must come to a stop is why I am part of a Distracted Driving Task Force. Putting all the different distracted driving problems out on the table is how we can find ways to eliminate each kind. The first defense would be through Education and Awareness and then we need to create new Laws and penalties....................... ( Read more )

Tired of sitting on your bike at Red Lights
that won't turn GREEN ????
    To enlist the help of Ohio’s motorcyclists, ODOT set up a special phone number & E-mail for motorcyclists for reporting problem intersections.
    When reports come in, ODOT will notifiy signal owners ( often a city or county ) about the situation and offer recommendations for improvement.
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