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CBS Radio did a brief piece today on a DORCs partnered initiative. Please listen and forward to your Police Chief, Mayor or Town Supervisor and ask: Are we doing anything like this to stop Distracted Driving? Education, Legislation and Enforcement wo...

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DORCS co-founders were featured on NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams last night. This is a strong story about enforcement. It's happening too slow but it is going to happen. Click the Image Above to view video.

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We are unbelievably grateful that Governor Cuomo not only specifically discusses our efforts in Wednesdays State of the State address, but is committed to combating distracted driving. Your browser does not support the video. If you're ex...

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DORCs on WCBS RADIO NY Short but potent piece and well worth the listen.... Your browser does not support the audio element. If you're experiencing issues with your browser, please download Here.

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USA Today article and the need for DORCs.
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Here's a really cool piece on Good Morning America. Gov Cuomo rolling up his sleeves and going out with police to find distracted drivers....check out this link.
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Unmarked cars are out patrolling specifically for Smartphone driving. Pass the word, it could save money but it definitely can save lives.

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Watch D.O.R.C.s co-founder Ben Lieberman speak about texting and driving at a Govenor Cuomo press conference.

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Lieberman FamilyEvan Lieberman died at age 19 in July 2011, a month after he was a passenger in a head-on crash in which the driver, another 19-year-old from Chappaqua, told police he fell asleep at the wheel.

But each time Lieberman’s father, Ben, heard what driver Michael A. Fiddle told about falling asleep around 7:50 a.m. June 16, 2011, on Route 6 in Orange County, the more he thought there was more to the story.

State police never charged or cited Fiddle in the crash that took Lieberman’s life and injured two other Chappaqua college students as they drove to a summer job in Woodbury. But Ben Lieberman pressed the issue.

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