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Hogan Addresses Holiday Driving Safety at Ceremony

November 29th, 2018 by WCBC Radio

The period between Thanksgiving and New Years Day is the busiest travel period of the year- and unfortunately- also the time that sees the most fatalities on the roadways as a result of drunken or impaired driving. Governor Larry Hogan earlier this month joined with Maryland State Police Superintendent Colonel William Pallozzi, Maryland Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Administrator (MDOT MVA) Christine Nizer, highway safety advocates, and the family members of victims of impaired driving crashes for the 15th Annual Maryland Remembers ceremony. The event honors the lives of those killed on Maryland’s roads by drunk or drugged drivers. About 100 guests filled the State House Rotunda for this special ceremony.  Governor Hogan:

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