Assemblyman Ken Cooley, D-Rancho Cordova, watches William Wollner of the American Motorcyclist Association during a press conference in Sacramento on February 17, 2015. In the background left to right: Rodney Grenier, Modified Motorcycle Association of California, and Greg Coppes, Biker Rights Organization of California.
Assemblyman Ken Cooley, D-Rancho Cordova, watches William Wollner of the American Motorcyclist Association during a press conference in Sacramento on February 17, 2015. In the background left to right: Rodney Grenier, Modified Motorcycle Association of California, and Greg Coppes, Biker Rights Organization of California. The Sacramento Bee Jeremy B. White
Assemblyman Ken Cooley, D-Rancho Cordova, watches William Wollner of the American Motorcyclist Association during a press conference in Sacramento on February 17, 2015. In the background left to right: Rodney Grenier, Modified Motorcycle Association of California, and Greg Coppes, Biker Rights Organization of California. The Sacramento Bee Jeremy B. White
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