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My mission for this paper is to change the city ordinance regarding skateboarding on public property on the streets of our towns and at local skatespots I am trying to make an effort to allow the opportunity for anyone who enjoys skateboarding to ride without getting a ticket for a law that hasnt even been passed in most states or cities I strive to stop the oppression of skateboarding with the creation of a united voice for all skateboarders and skateboard supporters Skateboarding has rapidly become an illegal form of transportation throughout the country In some townscities it is illegal to even set a skateboard on the sidewalk In other parts of the state you can ride on some sidewalks but not others and definitely not in the bike lane or in parking lots where rolerbladers and bicyclists are allowed I feel that skateboarding is unfairly singled out It is my hope to help increase societies awareness of this undue criticism and the harassment the avera ge skateboarder endures In the eyes of many a good kid is no longer that good kid when a skateboard enters his or her life Therefore to be a skateboarder one must be able to handle the criticism of his or her nation And thats not the way we want our children to live scared to go to their favorite skatespot because of the constant harassment and threatening and sometimes even chased down by cars So that is why we as a country as a group need to except skateboarding as a everyday sport just as baseball basketball football and soccer Just recently public schools arent letting us use the property that we use for learning to skateboard but is used for other sports What is it about a skateboarder that people find so threatening Is it because we hang out in groups where ever we go and the threat we give because of the
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