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Sheyenne's Law strengthens penalties in North Carolina for causing death or serious injury by impaired boating from a misdemeanor to a felony. On June 27, 2016, Gov. McCrory signed House Bill 958, which was named in honor of Sheyenne...

source: Officer of Gov. Pat McCrory

Registration is now open on the NASBLA website for a Level I -Comprehensive Boating Accident Investigation course taking place in Austin, Texas. The course will be conducted Feb. 13-17, 2017. This course gives law enforcement officers the opportunity to advance their skills...

source: National Association of State Boating Law Administrators

The United States Power Squadrons (USPS) debuts a video focused on anchoring a boat in its Digital Media...

source: United States Power Squadron

The BoatUS National Advisory Council, a panel of 11 national boating leaders who serve as a sounding board...

source: Trade Only Today

In the wake of several serious boating accidents in the Maryland resort of Ocean City last summer, including a fatal propeller strike that claimed the life of a child in August, Delegate Mary Beth Carozza this week fired...

source: The Dispatch

For the first time in history, oil interests and biofuel interests are aligning in a singular effort regarding the law that mandates biofuels in the fuel supply. An unprecedented coalition of energy associations is asking the Environmental Protection Agency to deny a request...

source: Trade Only Today


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