Introduced by Sen. Cameron Brown (R) on November 8, 2007, to mandate that drivers education courses include state-approved material expressing a belief in “the importance of recycling,” and containing information on “opportunities to support statewide recycling efforts,” as well as an antilitter message.
Referred to the Senate Natural Resources & Environmental Affairs Committee on November 8, 2007.
1) How About We by Anonymous Citizen on November 19, 2007 teach them how to rake my leaves? They're starting to pile up and I could use the help.
2) It would be great by Anonymous Citizen on November 16, 2007 if they could start by teaching them to drive! Driver's Ed is a joke. Many parents send their kids out on the road without even know what a slippery road is like.
3) his job??? by Anonymous Citizen on November 15, 2007 its drivers ed and they do a poor job at teaching that. This is one of the worst idea so far, he should get a pay raise for this. But it is important that we recycle after all we need the room to keep taking all the Canadian garbage. This is why I tried to stop reading this email. It just discussed me to think someone like this is in office.