What states have motorcycle helmet laws?

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Most states in the US have a mandatory helmet law.
These are:
* Alabama
* California
* Georgia
* Louisiana
* Maryland
* Mass.
* Mississippi
* Missouri
* Nebraska
* Nevada
* New Jersey
* New York
* No. Carolina
* Oregon
* Tennessee
* Vermont
* Virginia
* Washington
* W. Virginia

And only tow states are free from this law. They are
* Illinois
* Iowa
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