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WASHINGTON - The Obama administration is considering banning a type of ammunition used in one of the most popular types of rifles because it says the bullets can pierce a police officer's protective...
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Scheduling Loretta Lynch Vote Should be Top Senate Priority | Commentary By Marcia D. Greenberger When President Barack Obama nominated Loretta Lynch to be the attorney general of the United States...
2015/03/03 09:57
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Legislation designed to complement Gov. Asa Hutchinson's plan to combat prison crowding easily cleared the Senate on Monday. In a 33-0 vote, lawmakers approved Senate Bill 472 by Sen. Jeremy...
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Two men charged in serial burglaries WILKES-BARRE — Men who allegedly stole cash, copper piping, tools and car batteries in a series of Greater Pittston burglaries over the past two months were...
2015/03/03 07:18
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But until the midterm congressional elections last November, when Americans handed control of both houses of Congress to the Democrats, Republicans could - and did - block any examination of the...
2015/03/03 06:00
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Legislation is moving through the Pennsylvania House of Representatives that would make cyberbullying a crime. Last week, I joined my colleagues on the House Judiciary Committee in unanimously...
2015/03/03 05:46
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NY officials call on Congress to fund Homeland SecurityNY officials call on Congress to fund Homeland Security The NYPD has more than 1,000 police officers dedicated to counter-terrorism. But funding...
2015/03/03 04:21
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Four former governors have joined the chorus opposing Governor Christie’s pick for the Pine­lands Commission, a nomination largely viewed as a threat to that body’s independence and its mission to...
2015/03/03 01:45
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U.S. Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) (left) speaks as Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) listens during a news briefing after the weekly Senate Democratic Policy Luncheon on Feb. 24, 2015. Reid...
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SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah House of Representatives unanimously passed HB277 Monday, which would eliminate the statute of limitations for lawsuits against perpetrators of child sexual abuse. The bill,...
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A measure that would grant Minnesota law enforcement 90 days to hang on to location data gleaned from automated license plate readers narrowly made it out of a Minnesota Senate committee intact...
2015/03/02 23:59
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WASHINGTON — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is unlikely to change many minds, if any, when he makes his controversial speech Tuesday to a joint session of Congress to warn of the dangers of...
2015/03/02 23:16
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ANNAPOLIS — The following is a roundup of bills on marijuana decriminalization and sexual assault heard by the House of Delegates Judiciary Committee on Feb. 24. Criminal conviction...
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John Commerford, a state liaison with the NRA, left, and Patricia Stoneking, president of the Kansas State Rifle Association, were in the audience as Kansas Senate Majority Leader Terry Bruce (R)...
2015/03/02 21:56
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – A state agency that defends death row inmates is being criticized for using taxpayer dollars to pay for a legal battle that seeks information on the drugs and people involved...
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TOWSON, Md. (AP) — A temporary protective order against a Maryland legislator who allegedly slapped his daughter during an argument has been extended one week. A Baltimore County judge rescheduled a...
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Whither Arkansas death penalty: Abolition? Add firing squad? Arkansas is approaching the 10-year anniversary of its last execution and two lawmakers are trying to shape what comes next.Eric Nance was...
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Clinton certainly has the resume to be a strong presidential contender: two terms as the first lady during her husband's popular administration, eight years as a U.S. senator from New York and four as...
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The Young, Gifted and Black Coalition has consistently met at neighborhood meetings, committee hearings and with the public to advocate for reforms to reduce racial disparities in the criminal justice...
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A Kansas Senate committee is having a hearing this week on Gov. Sam Brownback’s appointment of a new judge to the state Court of Appeals. The Judiciary Committee plans to convene Wednesday for...
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