TOMORROW, Attorney General Kane, Legislative Leaders and Victims Advocates to Mark "End Distracted Driving" Month, Announce "EndDD" Campaign in Pennsylvania
HARRISBURG, PA: The following is being released by the Pennsylvania Association for Justice:
TOMORROW, Tuesday, April 9, 2013, Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane, members of the Pennsylvania State House and Senate will join with to declare April "End Distracted Driving" Month and detail the "EndDD" campaign in Pennsylvania's high schools. Among the speakers will be Joel Feldman, a founder of the national "EndDD" campaign after he lost his college aged daughter to a distracted driver in 2009.
The EndDD campaign is part of a national effort to teach high school students about the dangers of distracted driving. To date, 34 high schools in Pennsylvania have participated in the program, helping educate more than 10,000 students. Nationally, more than 75,000 students have participated in the program.
EVENT: Attorney General Kane and members of the House and Senate will join with victims advocates to declare April "End Distracted Driving" month in Pennsylvania and detail the "EndDD" campaign's efforts in the state.
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
LOCATION: The Capitol Media Center