In a commentary published today at my page on Examiner.com, I argue that the permanent presence of bicycles on roads that were previously designed only for motor vehicles necessitates a radical overhauling of the state’s rules of the road, as well as licensing for bicycles and riders.
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[This post originally appeared on UnequalTime.com at http://unequaltime.com/2009/03/do-we-need-licensing-for-bicyclists/]
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Bryan has been writing about local and national politics since 2008. In addition to writing for The Northwest Daily Marker (nwdailymarker.com) – the digital journal of politics he launched in 2011 – he has been published by American Thinker, Crosscut, Red State and the Everett Herald and explosive stories broken by The Northwest Daily Marker have generated headlines in regional, national and international major media.
Bryan is a lifelong Washingtonian and a proud University of Washington alumnus.
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