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A historic expansion is under way as DWI Tracker is poised to bring its DWI-fighting tools to other parts of the country where our help is desperately needed.

For example, Ohio had 385 alcohol impaired fatalities in 2012, the last year for which data is available.  39 of those were under 21 years of age.

Colorado, the Rocky Mountain State saw 133 alcohol related deaths in 2012, 19 of those were under 21.

In New Jersey, there were 164 fatalities due to alcohol on the Garden State’s highways.  18 of those were under 21.  Meanwhile, Florida’s 2012 alcohol related deaths were 697, with 55 under 21.

While many of these states could use a genuine shot in the arm that would come with a DWI Tracker chapter, the need is greatest in our own state of Texas where 1296  people lost their lives in alcohol related crashes.  169 were under 21.

Such waste.  Such unnecessary suffering and pain.

And we have the power to prevent it.

If you’d like to start a chapter of DWI Tracker in your area, please click here to e-mail our home office for information.

Where is the Need?

Our highways are slaughter houses.

More and more young people are dying at the hands of impaired drivers, deaths that are truly unnecessary.

Such gifted potential is being snuffed out before our eyes.

Who knows if one of them might have had the cure for cancer?  Or maybe one of them had the answers for other problems that we grapple with today?

We will never know, because these young lives are being snatched by impaired drivers on our highways.  Drivers who shouldnt be on our highways.  Drivers who could kill themselves as well as innocent victims.

Unfortunately, the costs to keep a pro-active program like DWI Tracker up and running are huge, and perhaps beyond the reach of a lot of people who want to help, but in these economically difficult times, just can’t.

Our new participation programs are just for you.  We have three levels of participation for businesses and individuals.  Please click here for a complete description and opportunity to participate.

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June 25, 2014

The insanity continues.  After only four years behind bars, Catherine Roberts, the woman who killed eighteen-year-old Meghann Marie Smith, is apparently up for parole again.  Four years is a very small price to pay for taking a human life.  According to reports from other TDCJ inmates, Roberts has yet to show one ounce of remorse for what she has done.  

Click here to send your e-mail to the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles and keep Meghann Marie Smith’s killer exactly where she is for the full duration of her 10-year sentence.

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