Including symbols in license plates improves recall
Article first appeared on October 12, 2015 in: Including symbols in license plates improves recall Including symbols in license plates improves recall October 12, 2015 NEW ORLEANS – Substituting a symbol for a number in a sixcharacter license plate was found to significantly improve shortterm recollection as compared to conventional alphanumericonly designs, according to a …
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Dr. Alan L. Lewis Presents Findings for EZ-ID Pilot Study at Academy 2015
For original article published on October 16, 2015, please see: New England College of Optometry Study Supports EZ-ID’s Effectiveness Former and Current NECO Presidents Dr. Lewis and President Scott partner to study effectiveness of license plate design utilizing symbols Selected as one of the nine most newsworthy stories of the year by the American Academy …
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- Dear supporter of EZ-ID/Molly's Bill,
On May 29th, one day prior to the Missing Children's Day event, the Joint Transportation Committee will be meeting. This scheduled hearing provides an ideal opportunity to move Molly's Bill out of Committee and one step closer to implementation. We have met on numerous occasions with members of the Committee and other legislators to answer any remaining questions or concerns. The support is overwhelming.
I respectfully request you to contact the Chairmen of the Committee to request Molly's Bill (S-1798), be reported/voted out at the May 29th meeting and allow Missing Children's Day 2012, to be both a day of remembering and celebration. What a tribute and legacy to those individuals and families who have suffered the unthinkable tragedy of losing a child.
Chairman William Straus
Chairman Thomas McGee
- Thanks to Lynn Kellermann of Channel 5 for covering the story of Molly's Bill, EZ-ID! We had a very good hearing in Rhode Island, which we expect to lead to collaboration with Massachusetts. We will be meeting with more legislators this week...leading up to Missing Children's Day.
- Very productive EZ-ID meeting on May 9th...with Speaker of the House, Robert DeLeo. Shown...Lou Covino, Jay Gardiner, Speaker DeLeo, Magi Bish, and Gary Richard
- State of Connecticut, the Office of the Victim Advocate support letter (5/9/12)
- Protect Mass Children letter of support (5/5/12)
- ***REMINDER*** May 30th, Missing Children's Day 11:00, Statehouse Grand Staircase. The event is expected to be packed with advocates, law enforcement, supporters...and with tremendous media coverage. Please help to make MCD a day day of celebration with the passage of EZ-ID, Molly's Bill S1798. Please let me know if you have any questions, or if I can help in any way 978-852-7776, Thank you, Gary Richard.
- Connecticut continues to move EZ-ID forward in Legislature, from U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal, Dr. William Petit, who lost wife and two daughters in home invasion andWRAP Women's Dinner 300 attendees Honoring Magi Bish. EZ-ID enthusiastically supported. (See Supporters for photos!)
- Connecticut Office of the Victim Advocate, Director Michelle Cruz and Asst Director Merit Lajoie
- Worcester City Council Resolution in Support of EZ-ID (April 24, 2012).
- Monday, April 2, Connecticut voted EZ-ID forward favorably out of Committee, and is being sent to the House.
- Speaker DeLeo's Office requested, on Behalf of the Speaker, to meet with us on May 10th.
- On Monday, April 2, we met with former Washington NTSB Director, Peter Goelz. Peter is going to actively support and promote EZ-ID in other states, and on the Federal level. (See the Supporters page for photo).
- Boston City Council, passed a resolution supporting EZ-ID. (See March 2012 Stories).