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Titles (3)

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ROADS SAFE Act of 2015
Research of Alcohol Detection Systems for Stopping Alcohol-Related Fatalities Everywhere Act of 2015

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A bill to direct the Administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to carry out a collaborative research effort to prevent drunk driving injuries and fatalities, and for other purposes.


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Date Actions Overview
06/25/2015Introduced in Senate

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06/25/2015Read twice and referred to the Committee on Environment and Public Works.
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Sen. Schumer, Charles E. [D-NY] 07/27/2015

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Senate Environment and Public Works06/25/2015 Referred to

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Introduced in Senate (06/25/2015)

Research of Alcohol Detection Systems for Stopping Alcohol-Related Fatalities Everywhere Act of 2015 or the ROADS SAFE Act of 2015

This bill directs the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to: (1) carry out a collaborative research effort to continue to explore the feasibility and the potential benefits of, and public policy challenges associated with, more widespread deployment of in-vehicle technology to prevent alcohol-impaired driving; and (2) report annually to Congress.