Molly Bish Murder Investigation: Police Outsource DNA Testing Of Evidence: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/04/15/mollybishmurder-dna-testing-_n_3084680.html
Is the murder of 16-year-old lifeguard Molly Bish about to be solved? Authorities send new evidence away for DNA testing
CT US Senator Blumenthal
EZ-ID License Plate Program
Molly's Bill Gaining Momentum in MA Legislature May 2, 2012: Molly's Bill finally getting recognition to become law by May 30th, Missing Children's Day; with Cherise Leclerc, Channel 3 Springfield
Forensic Archaeology Recovery April 26, 2012: Dr. Ann Marie Mires, Director of FAR, endorsement letter in support of the efforts that the Molly Bish Center has proposed in the furtherance of the EZ-ID program.
Plate Change Proposed April 23, 2012: Article with Gary Richird, Inventor of EZ-ID and Senator Bruce Tarr; with Neal J. Riley, Lowell Sentinel
Call to Redesign Vehicle Plates Cites Benefits in Abduction Cases March 8, 2012: Interview with Gary Richard, Inventor of EZ-ID; Senator Bruce Tarr; Michael Verseckes, Dept. of Transportation; Senator Thomas McGee; with John Laidler, Boston Globe
License Plate Symbols Touted as ID Tool February 12, 2012: Interview with Gary Richard, Inventor of EZ-ID; Magi Bish; James Gardiner, Director of the Molly Bish Center at AMC; and Northboro Police Chief Mark K. Leahy; with Scott J. Croteau, Worcester Telegram and Gazette
New License Plate Proposal February 8, 2012: Interview with Gary Richard, Inventor of EZ-ID and James Gardiner, Director of the Molly Bish Center at AMC; with Melissa Toupin, NECN
New Hope for Molly's Bill in 2012 February 6, 2012: Interview and article by Cherise Leclerc, Channel 3 News, Springfield, MA
On 1/10/12 the Executive Board voted unanimously to endorse Molly’s Bill (S-1798). For more information on Molly's Bill and EZ-ID, please visit the site here.
On 4/2/12 Connecticut voted favorably on the EZ-ID Program.
What is EZ-ID?
EZ-ID is a new license plate format which uses universally recognizable symbols, such as a star, heart, diamond, square, circle, tri-angle, etc., along with alpha numeric characters, to give a graphic that even young children can recognize, remember, and report. Each general issue plate would have one randomly assigned symbol, along with other numbers and letters, making up the individual’s plate registration number. EZ-ID would not displace specialty plates, low number plates, or vanity plates, as these are already more recognizable.
Below are images from past events that Anna Maria College's Molly Bish Center has sponsored in conjunction with other organizations. Please enjoy and don't forget to let us know if you are interested in having the Molly Bish Center sponsor one of your events by email Lisa Gaudette at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chinese Delegation, October 25, 2011
Mr. Wang Jin, his interpreter, Senator Harriette L. Chandler
James Gardiner and Senator Harriette L. Chandler
EZ-ID Program, Boston State House, October 19, 2011
James Gardiner, Gary Richards, Magi Bish, Senator Tarr, John Bish
EZ-ID Program, Senator Brewer, October 2011
James Gardiner, Senator Stephen Brewer, Gary Richards
Orientation, August 26, 2011