Cleopatra G. Tucker

New Jersey State Rep, 28th District, Democratic  



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  • MICHAEL said

    GREETINGS, NONSENSE LIKE THIS, YOUR MORONIC BICYCLE LICENSING PROGRAM DESTROY ANY RESPECT THE PUBLIC HAS FOR POLITICIANS. IN MY OPINION, A DEAD FROG WOULD HAVE BETTER INTELLEGENCE THAN TO COME UP WITH SOMETHING AS MORONIC AS THIS.
    01/14/2011
  • John Kil[atrick said

    Anpther avid Cyclist said

    Assemblywoman Tucker, please leave cyclists alone. The proposed bill makes no sense whatsoever. A license plate on a bike, utterly ridiculous; not to mention the added fees and fines for failure to comply. Give us a break and focus on more important things please. Please concentrate you're energies on more important issues eg. cutting taxes so I don't have to leave the state when I retire.

    01/13/2011
  • Gary Ostermueller said

    Assembly woman Tucker; When I first heard of this proposed Bill I thought it was ridicules. After reading this morning's paper and seeing the motivation for your Bill, I find it more so. There must be better ways to protect our seniors than to enact another burden on the rest of the citizens. Please be more practical when thinking of legislation that will effect all of us in the state.
    Gary Ostermueller
    01/13/2011
  • Avid Cyclist said

    Assemblywoman Tucker, please leave cyclists alone. The proposed bill makes no sense whatsoever. A license plate on a bike, utterly ridiculous; not to mention the added fees and fines for failure to comply. Give us a break and focus on more important things please.
    01/13/2011
  • Heavily Taxed said

    Just what we need in the most heavily taxed state in the union, another tax! Why don't we have every pedestrian get a license plate and register their feet too.
    01/13/2011
  • Nelson said

    It seems counter-productive to tax something that supports good health and less pollution. Tax something that needs to be discouraged.
    01/13/2011
  • deniz said

    I am sure Police officers will have better things to do then given bike owners a ticket. NJ will be the only state in the world that would do something like this. I do not have to be an Elephant to remember this at election time.
    01/13/2011
  • Scott Zahn said

    Bill A6357... Please, you are insulting my intelligence. With so many issues facing our once great state, why add another burden? I hope you and your fellow lawmakers come to your senses on this Bill. It serves zero purpose other than imposing another silly tax for the privilege of living in NJ. I hope every bike owner in Essex County thinks about this proposed bill when you run for re-election... it's sure to give them impetus to vote for another candidate who respects the constituency and values both their time and money.
    01/13/2011
  • NJ Voter said

    I don't know what problem Bill A3657 is trying to solve. Registering bicycles, charging a fee, and forcing the owner to attach a license plate is not what we need to encourage bicycling riding in this state. The state should be doing what it can to get people out riding for their own health, the health of the environment, traffic congestion, etc.
    01/13/2011
  • Joe Tanski said

    Don't we have other things to think about, in this post 9/11 world, than create these namby-pamby regulations?

    chawk
    01/12/2011
  • NJ Voter said

    The people in Essex should vote this person out. I guess she does not have a drivers license and rides her bike down route 1 every day to Trenton. Terrible legislation.
    01/12/2011
  • NJ Voter said

    As to your sponsoring of the bill to tax and regulate bicycles, I would like to know how you managed to get so far out of touch with the people of this state? We DO NOT NEED more taxes, more license fees and we certainly don't need more regulations of things like bicycles. I hope that your sponsoring of this bill is enough to make your constituents realize that you never should have been voted into office, and I certainly hope they take steps to prevent further you from creating additional expenses for the residents of this state by voting you out of office.
    01/11/2011
  • Sponsored bill AJR62
    10/19/2010
  • Co-Sponsored bill A3238
    10/15/2010
  • Co-Sponsored bill A3218
    10/15/2010
  • Co-Sponsored bill A3217
    10/15/2010
  • Co-Sponsored bill A2891
    10/15/2010
  • Co-Sponsored bill A2258
    10/15/2010
  • Co-Sponsored bill A1491
    10/15/2010
  • Co-Sponsored bill A663
    10/15/2010
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