Politics

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 set for January 31 at ...

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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 among some 230 arrested in ...

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Did Mother Nature protest the Trump Inauguration before it happened?

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For a large group of Americans this weekend, nothing was more riveting than The Inauguration of Donald J. Trump and all the pageantry that surrounded it. The Daily Haze was in Washington D.C. for the week and can testify that the event was indeed (as Donald would say), “YUGE!”. However, while Washington D.C. prepared for the Trump Inauguration… roughly 2,000 ...

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Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Council files motion to shut down Sacred Stone Camp

A post from LaDonna Tamakawastewin Allard claims that a motion was filed to close the Sacred Stone Camp Sacred Stone is located on Allard’s private property and acts as the heart of the stand against the Dakota Access Pipeline Allard’s property acted as the foundation for the original camp last year Allard’s public statement comes just after the SRST tribal council announced ...

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“Traumatized” college students treated like children after Presidential Election

College students across the country are said to be “traumatized” after the Presidential Election Students at the University of Michigan were given Play-Doh and coloring books Cornell University students held a “cry-in” Students have also made petitions asking for a day of no school Nothing screams entitlement more than college students who have the ability to disrupt daily functions because ...

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