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Joey’s Law Seeks to Stop Police from Unjustly Killing People With Special Needs

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Joey’s Law seeks to prevent fatal misunderstandings in encounters between law enforcement and individuals with special needs. Joey Weber, who had autism, was fatally shot by a veteran Hays, Kansas, police sergeant last year. Proposed legislation would allow identification cards to be marked indicating an individual has special needs. A public hearing on Joey’s law is…

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Here is what is wrong with Trump’s suspended admission against Syrian refugees

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Protection Of The Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into The United States immediately suspends Syrian refugees from entering the country President Trump’s newest executive order stops all refugees from entering the US for at 120-days Even those with valid visas can not enter the country if they are coming from a terror prone country At…

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Second Punch: Has Richard Spencer Become a Symbolic Alt-Right Punching Bag?

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Images of Richard Spencer Being Punched in the Face a Second Time Have Surfaced Neo-Nazi Richard Spencer cannot catch a break from those opposed to the ideology of racism and xenophobia espoused by the so-called alt-right — after video went viral of the Trump supporter being blindsided by an elbow to the face, it happened…

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Did you know federal money cannot be used for abortions

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Federal funding for women’s healthcare has not been allowed to pay for abortions since 1976 Trump signs executive order to defund international healthcare clinics that educate, advocate, or perform abortions Due to the Hyde Amendment, federal funding cannot be used for an abortion unless the pregnancy could kill the woman, or is the result of…

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Six Journalists Face Up to 10 Years in Prison — For Doing Their Jobs

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Six journalists face potential 10-year sentences and $25,000 fines for reporting on inauguration protests Over 230 people were indiscriminately arrested after incidents of property destruction Journalists identified themselves, but police refused to acknowledge their credentials Charges of felony rioting are now being challenged in several lawsuits Six journalists and at least one legal observer were…

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President Trump looks to prove his hands are not too small to build a wall

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President Trump has signed an executive order to begin construction on the infamous wall Taxpayers will be forced to pay for the wall initially Trump claims that Mexico will reimburse taxpayers for the wall but has not gone into detail on how The wall is expected to cost at least $8 billion but could go…

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Growing concerns that ROZOL poisoning could be the cause of “camp cough” at Standing Rock camps

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ROZOL found to be illegally used on Cannonball Ranch and Wilder Ranch In April six bald eagles were found dead along with bison in the area The EPA found that ROZOL had been used illegally in the area to exterminate prairie dogs Chlorophacinone, more commonly known as ROZOL, is an anticoagulant rodenticide Many of the water…

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Morton County Sheriff’s Department attack another journalist Jon Ziegler

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Livestreamer Jon Ziegler becomes the latest journalist to be attacked by Morton County Sheriff’s Department Law enforcement in the area were crossing over their barricade Wednesday and early Thursday morning One of the officers appears to yell at Ziegler just seconds before a rubber bullet is fired at the phone he was streaming from Ziegler…

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Video of a fight between Katelyn Nichole Davis and her mother Tammy Rogers gives a glimpse into the 12-year-old’s daily life

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Two videos of a fight between Katelyn and her mother give a glimpse into her daily life Katelyn’s mother was known for using pills she claimed were for pain and neglecting her motherly duties In her diary Katelyn claims that her stepfather physically and sexually assaulted her Police are now investigating incidents that occurred before…

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Westboro Baptist Church protested Derby High School after electing a transgender student as Holly Ball King

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Westboro Baptist Church protested a high school in Derby, Kansas after a transgender student was elected Holly Ball King Five members of the WBC were greeted by a large crowd of people in support of the student and the school Members of the Patriot Guard circled the area on their motorcycles drowning out the WBC’s…

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