Reply To: Tenth Circuit COA upholds Oklahoma driver’s license requirement


Lori/OK Voices

Agreed Fred! It is difficult to listen to all the complaints, though they may be valid, but not have those who could willing to step up and do what needs to be done. It creates challenges for organizations like ours that operate solely on donation and often at our own individual expense to travel to meetings, take time from work and family etc to put the effort out to make a difference for others who are afraid to step forward and put themselves in the line of fire. It is like elections, you can’t justifiably complain if you don’t vote. I contacted far more than the ones who actually submitted statements for the amicus brief. No names were used and still, the ratio of contacts I reached out to compared to the amount of statements returned was disheartening to what it could have been if individuals would have participated.