Maryland Del. Don Dwyer (R-Pasadena) doesn’t know when to leave well enough alone.
In August, he admitted he had been drinking before his powerboat slammed into another craft, causing a crash that left him with a broken left foot, puncture wounds in his neck, and other injuries. The accident also wounded a 5-year-old girl, who suffered a skull fracture.
Kach and Costa, of Deale, were the only two House Republicans to vote for the bill. It passed the House by two votes in February. “I had no time to do anything,” Dwyer said. “Had I known earlier, I could have taken some action.”
It was petitioned to the November ballot and passed by 52 percent of voters state wide. Voters in Dwyer’s district, however, rejected it.
“That betrayal really affected me,” he said. “I was physically ill. You pour your heart into an issue like that and it’s devastating.”
Somebody clearly hasn’t hit rock bottom yet.