Bikers Protest Proposed Helmet Law in Maine

The Bangor News reports that yesterday motorcyclists from across Maine gathered at the State House to speak out against a proposed mandator...

The Bangor News reports that yesterday motorcyclists from across Maine gathered at the State House to speak out against a proposed mandatory helmet law for bikers. Maine had a helmet law before, but was repealed back in 1977.

Maine's governor, John E. Baldacci is a biker himself, who always wears his helmet despite not being required to do so. Balducci was also a strong advocate of the State's mandatory seat belt law. However, he's not so quick to sign a bill requiring helmets for bikers. So far, Balducci has not given his opinion on the proposed law.

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  1. i think people under 18 should be required to wear one(helmet)if u r over that age then it should be up to u,it's kinda like everything else our rights r slowly being taken away.
    R.Turner(snobaby)

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