Good Wednesday morning. Here’s a glance at opinion content published today in The Journal News:
Bus safety: Editorial
We comment on the National Transportation Safety Board’s two-day forum, which aimed to prevent bus accidents like the one that killed 15 people on Interstate 95 in March. We write:
… And just Monday, Gov. Cuomo announced the results of a new probe: 46 drivers of tour buses, public buses, taxis and other commercial vehicles were being charged with felonies for holding commercial licenses even though they had other licenses suspended under different names. There was no word on how long the accused had been on the road. What is clear: Both Washington and Albany need to stay on the job — to keep bad and prohibited drivers off the roads, and to make both buses and tractor-trailers safer.
The Hevesi Law: Editorial, The Buffalo News
Obama’s border wars: Editorial, Daily News
State must strengthening weak law on texting while driving: Editorial, Poughkeepsie Journal
Afghan exit: Editorial, Watertown Daily Times