Delegate Sickles recognized and memoralized Wesley Charles Lipicky, a nine year old boy killed in a tragic school accident on year ago in May 2018. Here are a series of news clips about Wesley Lipicky and the ceremonial bill signing of HB 1753 that took place on May 13, 2019. A press release with more information about the ceremonial signing can be found here.
ALEXANDRIA, VA- On May 13, Delegate Sickles recognized and memorialized Wesley Charles Lipicky, a nine year old boy killed in a tragic school accident one year ago this month. HB 1753 was ceremonially signed into law at the Franconia Firehouse by Governor Ralph Northam. The bill’s provisions, if followed by school divisions across the Commonwealth, will prevent another such accident from ever occurring.
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