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Senator Jack Martins finished writing “Stephen’s Law,” which states that anyone operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and is involved in an accident in which they cause bodily injury or fatality will be charged with a felony offense, a major step up from just the misdemeanor for current offenses.

We are fighting to pass this law all over America!

My son, Stephen, was killed June 5, 2012, by a truck driver with a suspended license. We buried him the next day, on his 20th birthday. He was on his way to summer session for the Pre-Med Bridge Program. We started the Stephen Joseph Fay Memorial Fund with two core functions: Every year, a wrestling candidate from Carle Place High School will receive a full wrestling camp scholarship; Victims of automobile accidents will receive financial assistance, whether they are insured or not, for their hospitalization, surgery, emotional or physical therapy, medicine, prostheses, supportive care, or physical therapy. Our primary goal is to pass Stephen’s Law in all 50 states within 10 years! — Pennie Fay

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100% of your money will go toward furthering our cause!