When a Boating Story is a Civil Rights Story

Screen Shot 2018-05-30 at 6.33.06 PMI was thrilled to write this article for Soundings about a boater who has challenged a $75 fine all the way up through the Pennsylvania court system, to the point that he’s attracted civil-rights attorneys who are promising to take the case even further if he loses.

So often in the national boating magazines where my byline appears, we are writing about, well, boats. Those stories are of course interesting, but in this case, I was asked to do a deeper dive into a privacy issue that frustrates many boaters—an issue with which even non-boaters, I hope, can identify.

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