Bill Quirk

California State Assembly

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Democratic State Assemblyman representing California's 20th District, which includes the cities of Hayward and Union City in the East Bay Area

Bill Quirk on KCRW

Every driver in California has seen motorcycles weave through the traffic on roads and freeways. "Lane splitting" is not illegal, but it's not legal either — at least not yet.

New Rules for Sharing the Road

Every driver in California has seen motorcycles weave through the traffic on roads and freeways. "Lane splitting" is not illegal, but it's not legal either — at least not yet.

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