Fair Towing Alliance Newsroom - Profile and News Archive

The Fair Towing Alliance raises awareness of laws and policies regarding the towing of cars and their disproportionate impact on the poor. The Fair Towing Alliance advocates for public policy and practices by partnering with the business community, elected officials, policy makers, and government agencies related to towing practices.

Founder Bill Gorman served as a police officer and detective from 1990-1996. He graduated from the Prince George’s County Maryland Municipal Police Academy.

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PULLING BACK THE MASK: Masks Do Not Conceal Government Policies and Private Towing Companies’ Practices that Wound Poor Families and Damage Local Businesses

William Wallish Gorman

WASHINGTON, D.C., July 8, 2020 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Today, the Fair Towing Alliance, has begun an intense period of records research and analysis in West Virginia, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Maryland, to pull back the mask on government agencies and private towing companies that seize and often sell the cars of people who are poor – and for a profit.

Towing Companies in US Profit from the Poor Without Government Intervention says Fair Towing Alliance

William Gorman of The Fair Towing Alliance

WASHINGTON, D.C., April 7, 2020 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — The Fair Towing Alliance insists that as Congress drafts additional COVID-19 relief legislation, that they reconsider current laws and practices on car towing that devastate poor families and force individuals into unsafe homeless shelters, all while the government and towing companies profit.