Laguna Beach voting on skateboard confiscation law

You can read the article on the from Laguna Beach. I understand that the city wants kids under 18 to wear helmets when skateboarding, but taking boards for a month seems almost like it would be illegal to me. Not wearing a helmet is a small ticket offense. Should the police be allowed to take a car for a month when the driver runs a stop sign which is a much more weighted offense? Parents should be responsible for their kids and not the government.

Percent Apparel  We recently received a package from the New York based Percent Apparel from New York. The shirts were good quality and had some standard issue skull style logos on them. Follow this link to see more shirt designs!__my-website/products  The designs are clean and unique. Stop by and check them out! They are involved supporting east coast music and skateboarders which is always a good thing. 
Only advice if it is even worth a cent is their website could sure use some help in making it easier to view. It loads up slow and is basically a blank white page and you hae to search through it a bit to find stuff.

Here is their info “We are based out of New York City. Percent Apparel is a collection that invokes originality,creativity and lifestyle within the alternative culture. Percent Apparel started in NYC, then we spent some time in New England where we gained notoriety for skate and music events in Boston and Providence. Percent Headquarters recently relocated back to NY but still host things in those cities and have plans to continue to expand. We wanted to create something that was inspired by the percentage of individuals that were not influenced by the mainstream media and hype, but rather do things for themselves based on passion and love. Our designs are inspired by extreme sports, music, creativity and positivity. We’ve recently revamped our skateboarding,snowboarding and BMX teams and are pumped to be endorsing a bunch of new musical acts such as Gemstar, Hard Target, 51 Shortfalls and Red Theory to name a few.”