Saturday, May 4, 2013
Yet more brilliance out of Jefferson City
There's an article in today's edition about what's called "novelty" helmets motorcycle riders are wearing and to their peril:
From the article:
Even as more than 800,000 novelty helmets are sold in the U.S. every year, and as motorcycle crash deaths mount, federal regulators have never acted with urgency to crack down on the popular but flawed headgear. Proposals to limit sales of novelty helmets have been delayed over and over.
So here's an article pointing out the hazards of wearing these cheap, "pretend" helmets and the damage or death they can cause, yet what is the Missouri legislature considering lately?