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  • Responsible and law-abiding motorcyclists across the country continue to report instances of being harassed and singled out by law enforcement simply because they are riding a motorcycle or wearing motorcycle-related apparel. Understanding this, in 2018 the U.S. Senate unanimously passed a resolution focused on the topic.  Additionally, coast to coast state legislatures are introducing bills and resolutions to end the profiling of bikers.  

     

    Despite these successes the House of Representatives has failed to follow the lead of the U.S. Senate and state lawmakers by going on record about the need to end the profiling of bikers. Last month Congressman Tim Walberg of Michigan reintroduced a House version of an anti-profiling resolution which gained 138 cosponsors during the 116th Congress.

     

    The updated version of the resolution, H. Res 366, now needs to match or surpass the cosponsor total from last year. Let's help Congressman Walberg gain cosponsors and finally get this resolution passed!

     

     Take Action H. Res 366 

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