CA State Lawmakers Introduce Bill To Lower Voting Age
Another effort is underway to lower the voting age in California via a constitutional amendment. If approved by two-third majorities in both chambers, the State Constitution would be amended to lower the voting age to 17.
Police Officer Beats Up A 13 Year Old Girl For Stealing Donuts Out Of Walmart!
How Police Officers Are Battling Mental Health Stigma
More than a dozen local and state police officers, dispatchers and other members of public safety gathered in a first of its kind training in California, cen...
State lawmakers looking into ways to hold charter school authorizers accountable
A committee of lawmakers is looking into charter schools and what changes should be made to hold the groups in charge of sponsoring their charters accountable.
New Jersey Lawmaker Introduces Bill Requiring Students Learn Cursive
Assemblywoman Angela McKnight introduced the bill that looks to help students become proficient in reading and writing cursive by the end of third grade.
Kentucky lawmaker introduces bill to overcome vaccine fears
The bill would give the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention more resources to educate people about vaccines.
Lawmaker introduces bill targeting those who
State Rep. Gene Ward's bill would target those who urinate or defecate in public
New Jersey lawmaker introduces bill that would require students to learn cursive
The bill would require elementary school in New Jersey to teach students how to read and write in cursive.
Poliquin introduces bill to hold top officials accountable for mishandling classified information
Legislation introduced by U.S. Rep. Bruce Poliquin (R-ME) on Thursday would ensure that public officials with access to classified information are held accountable for negligence and mishandling information. The Hold Top Officials Accountable Act, H.R. 5800, would also enhance the Read more...
Why are state lawmakers still in Tallahassee?
TALLAHASSEE — Lawmakers return to the Capitol today for one day of overtime, where they're expected to debate and pass an $82.4 billion state budget and a series of sweeping policy bills negoti
Oregon Lawmakers Hold Hearing on Bills Aimed to Discover State’s Groundwater Supply
Salem, Ore. – Oregon lawmakers will hold a first hearing today (Wednesday) on three bills designed to address the state’s long-standing inability to measure and study its groundwater supply, and how to pay for it. The Bulletin Continue Reading »
Uganda: Why Uganda Needs New Laws to Hold Police in Check, and Accountable
Analysis - In May this year Uganda's Constitutional Court made a ruling that offered a welcome development for domestic justice for victims of police violence, as well as an opportunity for police reform.
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Joe Friday, What it means to be a Police Officer
Joe Friday telling a new officer how and what it means to be a police officer.
100 Pennsylvania Lawmakers Introduce Sweeping LGBT Nondiscrimination Bills: VIDEO
A group of 100 Pennsylvania lawmakers introduced two bills yesterday in Harrisburg that would offer sweeping protections to LGBT citizens across the state. PGH City Paper reports: A broad group of state lawmakers today introduced bills HB 300/SB300,… Read
Top lawmaker introduces bill for $15 minimum wage by 2024
Proposal to raise New Jersey's minimum wage to $15 is the first official action toward the Democrat's goal since they took control of the Statehouse.
Not wise to pass fake $100 to police officer
Here’s some advice: If you’re going to try to pass counterfeit $100 bills at a fireworks booth don’t do so at the one manned by the Manteca Police Officers Association.
How to Lead With Humility and Accountability
By Paul Tripp Never be seduced by your knowledge, skill, experience, or success as a leader. Those things don’t define who you are or what you need. Leadership has a way of changing who you think you are and what you need and the way you relate to those you’re called to serve. Never allow …
Chicago police officers tell how they saved fellow officer's life
The life-saving heroics were made possible by a state law that now requires all police stations to be equipped with defibrillators.
State police officers must return for court hearings
Police Chief says they are prepared to follow through with cases