Reform Policies

Kansas policy could block more tax cuts amid high inflation

Kansans hoping to keep more money in their wallets could still see more tax cuts this year, but politicians disagree as the 2022 election season approaches. “We know inflation is hitting everyone hard, including here in Kansas,” Governor Laura Kelly said. “All the costs are going up. In Washington, they’re …

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FCC Commissioner Carr hopes Musk follows through on Twitter speech reform proposals: Broadband Breakfast

WASHINGTON, January 5, 2022 – The departure of the Republican senator from Kentucky Rand Paul of YouTube and the banning of the Republican Representative from Georgia Marjorie Taylor Greene from Twitter at the start of a new year rekindled a still-burning flame of what lawmakers will do about Section 230 …

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Kalamazoo students meet with lawmakers at the state capitol to discuss juvenile justice reform

LANSING, Michigan — Kalamazoo students advocating for reform of the juvenile justice system spent the day at the state Capitol. They are part of a pilot program through Western Michigan University’s Lewis Walker Institute: Youth Juvenile Justice Fellows. On Wednesday, the group, made up of middle and high school students, …

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The new sheriff promises prison reforms; political analyst discusses challenges

NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) — Susan Hutson took the helm of the Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office and sprawling prison complex on Monday in an early evening ribbon-cutting ceremony and now she’ll begin to put her mark on the prison. But a political analyst says Hutson is not the sole decision-maker on …

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The Ministry of Economy unveils a new package of measures to reform the banking system

TEHRAN – Iranian Finance and Economic Affairs Minister Ehsan Khandouzi on Saturday unveiled a new package of measures for the management of the country’s banking sector, IRNA reported. In line with the new year’s motto which is “knowledge-based and job-creating production”, the mentioned package includes policies and strategies that are …

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Congressional Action on Civilian Damage Resulting from U.S. Military Operations: Part One

Editor’s Note: This article represents the first part of a two-part series on new congressional bills regarding civilian harm resulting from U.S. military operations. Today, the senses. Elizabeth Warren, Dick Durbin, Jeff Merkley and Bernie Sanders and Representatives Ro Khanna, Jason Crow, Sara Jacobs and Tom Malinowski announced two bicameral …

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3 New Jersey teens arrested in stolen car case in Great Neck

April 26, 2022, 2:20 p.m.Updated 28 months ago By: News 12 Staff Police say three teenagers were arrested in a series of break-ins and car thefts in Nassau County over the weekend. News 12 learned that several groups were hitting different communities at the same time. Police say three groups …

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Egypt showcases economic reform experience at World Bank and IMF Spring Meetings

Egyptian Finance Minister Mohamed Maait presented his country’s experience in economic reform ahead of the spring meetings of the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund in the US capital, Washington, to the praise of the IMF. Maait said the reform program has made Egypt more resilient to internal …

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David Ocampo Grajales pushes for progressive policies in 8th District primary

David Ocampo Grajales is one of three candidates for the Democratic primary in the 8th district. Photo by Mark Koosau. In the race for an open seat in New Jersey’s 8th congressional district this year, Democratic primary candidate David Ocampo Grajales said a progressive outlook is what the Hudson County-based …

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How Connecticut’s Prison Reform Story Could Bring Change – NBC Connecticut

Making decisions about how to run and fund state prisons involves balancing how taxpayers’ money is spent, social concerns, public safety – not to mention all politics when parties are not disagree on a possible solution. NBC Connecticut’s Mike Hydeck spoke with Mike Lawlor, a Democratic state legislator who knows …

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Push for pro-cryptocurrency reform hits NH Senate

Cryptocurrencies include, from left to right, Bitcoin, Ripple XRP, Dogecoin, and Ethereum. Republican lawmakers who invest in cryptocurrency or work in the industry have told a state Senate committee that New Hampshire should change its business regulations to make it easier for the crypto industry to flourish here. The bill’s …

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Vice President Harris pushes for reform to alleviate medical debt

One in three adults in the United States struggle with medical debt, which now counts as the biggest source of debt in collections — more than credit cards, utilities and auto loans combined. According to a White House fact sheet, black and Hispanic households are more likely to have medical …

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Lebanon reaches tentative agreement with IMF on economic policies

BEIRUT — Lebanon and the International Monetary Fund on Thursday reached an agreement in principle on comprehensive economic policies for the crisis-hit country that could eventually pave the way for some relief, unlocking billions of dollars in loans. The four-year deal, which is subject to IMF management and board approval, …

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Watch: Spain and the Netherlands strike a surprising alliance over EU budget reform

Spain and the Netherlands, two countries usually at odds over public spending, have struck a surprising alliance to reform EU budget rules. The rules, known as the Stability and Growth Pact (SGP), oblige member states to implement financial policies that keep their budget deficit below 3% and their public debt …

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Labor abandons trust fund tax reform, shadow treasurer confirms

Labor has confirmed that the party will not pursue broader trust taxes, abandoning the last tax reform package presented in the previous federal election as it further details its plan to strengthen the aged care sector before the May election. Shadow Treasurer Jim Chalmers has said the only tax hike …

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Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts calls for ‘smart’ criminal justice reform in Legislature

Ricketts opposes four “soft on crime” measures that he says would endanger public safety. LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — Governor Pete Ricketts is calling on the Nebraska Legislature to pass “smart” criminal justice reform bills. The reforms would allow Nebraska to better manage the prison population and provide modern resources to …

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The House Republican Commitment to America

OPINION: With the determined, methodical, and systematic leadership of Leader Kevin McCarthy, House Republicans are poised to make history — just as much as the contract with U.S. Republicans did in 1994. Mr. McCarthy and his team are developing a commitment to America. Having been involved in Ronald Reagan’s 1980 …

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CoEHAR exposes for the first time that most e-cigarette research is flawed and in urgent need of critical reform

CATANIA, Italy, March 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Mistakes are very common in e-cigarette research, resulting in misinformation and distortion of scientific truth. What are the most common flaws in e-cigarette research? Led by CoEHAR, a team of international researchers reviewed the 24 most frequently cited vaping studies published in medical …

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Lawmakers withdraw bill that would increase preventive incarceration for crimes committed with a firearm

A lawmaker who has proposed making it easier to jail people accused of gun crimes withdrew his bill on Monday in response to concerns from critics that it could send thousands more people to jail and have an impact disproportionate to people of color. Sen. Joseph Cryan (D-Union) said he …

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Michigan Legislature leaves Sunshine Week in the dark without reforming transparency laws

LANSING, MI — Another Sunshine Week has passed in Michigan without any meaningful reform to the state’s weak transparency laws. Sunshine Week has become a national celebration among news outlets advocating openness and transparency in government. In Michigan, the week annually calls on lawmakers to explain why they haven’t passed …

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This Texas-based company makes millions consulting with police throughout Minnesota. Critics call it a powerful obstacle to reform.

The instructor taught the police officers how to write more effective reports and offered several tips such as how to “prepare the scenario” and present the police officers as “victims”. During the webinar, officers were also reprimanded for documenting injuries sustained by suspects in fights with police. “I don’t understand …

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Kishida expresses his will to reform the UN

Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio has expressed his willingness to engage in efforts to reform the UN and its Security Council. Kishida was answering questions about Russia’s aggression against Ukraine in a Diet committee on Monday. A lawmaker pointed out that trust in Russia had been lost in the face …

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What Yoon pledged to do as president

COVID-19 Economic RescueAt the top of its agenda, it compensates those who have suffered economic losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Yoon’s plans, “fair and full” compensation for losses will be provided, and guidance will be offered to traders and self-employed workers affected by the pandemic. Yoon pledged …

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Westbank First Nation investigates alleged land mis-sale and implements a number of reforms

Westbank First Nation is implementing a series of changes to its self-government framework and policies following an independent review of the 2021 sale of property in Peachland for less than one-third of its assessed value . In a 73-page report prepared by former British Columbia judge Marion Buller, the alleged …

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Candidates for Arizona’s 4th congressional district

Arizona’s new 4th congressional district covers most of what was previously the 9th congressional district. It is in Maricopa County and covers parts of Tempe, Mesa, and Chandler. While Arizona is still waiting to officially adopt the redrawn map of Arizona’s Independent Redistricting Commissions, a final draft of the district …

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Forbes calls for ‘respectful debate’ on gender recognition reform

The Scottish Finance Secretary has declined to say whether she will back her government’s proposed changes to the Gender Recognition Act amid speculation that some SNP MSPs want a free vote on reforms to avoid repercussions if they break party whip. Ms Forbes expressed dismay at talk of plans to …

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Reforming home insurance to protect Coloradodans

After years of Colorados struggling with their claims from wildfires and other natural disasters, insurance companies need a reminder from Colorado lawmakers about how group risk agreements are supposed to work. And there’s a good start to that effort with House Bill 1111, which would require more comprehensive coverage from …

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Blue Shield of California invests in initiative to improve maternal and child health – State of Reform

Earlier this month, Blue Shield of California announced its Maternal and Child Health Equity Initiativewhich focuses on addressing disproportionately low maternal and child mortality rates in underserved communities. Get the latest information on state-specific policies for the healthcare sector delivered to your inbox. The initiative aims to …

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New York Assembly Leader Launches PAC That Will Support Pro-Marijuana Reform Candidates

“It is time to truly end the failed war on drugs. This is a health issue and I call on all parliamentarians to do the right thing. By Doug Johnson, filter RCurrently, cities and provinces across Canada are pursuing piecemeal decriminalization. Recently, British Columbia and its largest city, Vancouver, sought …

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Bill to create state-run marijuana stores in New Hampshire approved by House

The Mayor of Washington, DC has signed a bill that will expand access to the district’s medical marijuana program in several ways. Now seniors will be able to self-certify their eligibility for cannabis without having to get a doctor’s referral. The law also extends the deadline for renewing patient registration …

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Michigan gun reform group eyes 2024 initiative if laws don’t change

A group of Michigan advocates seeking to address gun violence on Monday launched an “exploratory committee” to examine a 2024 ballot initiative that would impose gun restrictions in Michigan. End Gun Violence Michigan has urged the GOP-led Michigan Legislature to pass meaningful gun reform in the coming months or face …

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How Boric’s New Social Contract in Chile Can Succeed | Opinions

Chilean President-elect Gabriel Boric has no choice. The one whose election is probably the most important political event in the country since the 1988 referendum which restored democracy after the Pinochet dictatorship assured that if “Chile was the cradle of neoliberalism, it will also be its grave “. If he …

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Colorado set record for marijuana sales in 2021, state officials report

A bill to legalize medical marijuana in South Carolina formally passed the Senate on third reading Thursday, sending the reform measure to the House of Representatives for consideration. While final passage in the Senate was expected after Wednesday’s initial bipartisan vote to advance Sen. Tom Davis’ (R) bill to second …

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Brooklyn DA Gonzalez wants ‘adjustments’ to bail reform, defends Manhattan DA Bragg

Brooklyn District Attorney and self-described progressive prosecutor Eric Gonzalez on Tuesday called for “adjustments” to New York’s disastrous bail reform laws. “The system we have now was intended to protect people from having unnecessary small amounts of cash,” Gonzalez said on WNYC’s “The Brian Lehrer Show.” “Bail reform was needed, …

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Manchin: Growing bipartisan support to clarify voter count provisions

U.S. Senator Joe Manchin, during a joint appearance on CNN with Senator Lisa Murkowski, outlined progress in bipartisan talks to strengthen the voter count law against future attempts to meddle in what ballots should count in presidential elections. “What we’re looking at is how to protect what happened in the …

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Former top Trump adviser slams South Carolina Republican Party for opposition to medical marijuana

“We have a moral obligation, the governor would say, to support these communities and help them repair themselves,” said RaShelle Davis, senior policy adviser in Inslee’s office. The fund aligns with recommendations from the Task Force on Social Equity in Cannabis, which advises the Legislature and Governor on policies that …

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Michigan activists file ballot initiative on legalizing psychedelics for 2022

Michigan activists have filed a statewide ballot initiative that would legalize the possession, cultivation and sharing of psychedelics and establish a system for their therapeutic and spiritual use. The state chapter of the national psychedelics advocacy group Decriminalize Nature and the youth-led organization Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) are …

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Schumer provides update on federal marijuana legalization and banking in meeting with equity advocates

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) held a meeting with various marijuana reform groups and other advocacy groups last week to discuss social equity issues as he is gearing up to introduce a long-awaited cannabis legalization bill this year. While activists involved in Tuesday’s meeting told Marijuana Moment Schumer again …

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High truck towing costs in Wyoming call for reform

LARAMIE, Wyoming — Slippery, snowy highways are a well-known concern for anyone traveling through Wyoming in the winter. But for some, the worst part of sliding off the highway or having their tractor-trailer blown by the famous Cowboy State winds is dealing with the consequences. Reports of some towing companies …

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Small businesses of people of color are more vulnerable to the impacts of COVID-19 due to historical and persistent systemic inequities

OAKLAND, CA., January 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — A new report sponsored by Asset Funders Network (AFN) and produced by the University of California, Berkeley Urban Displacement Project (UDP), provides concrete results from a mapping tool focused only on small businesses of people of color (POCs) in the Bay Area. The …

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The Brennan Center examines criminal justice reform under the Biden administration – JURIST

The Brennan Center for Justice released a report Monday examining the Biden administration’s progress on criminal justice reform. The Brennan Center, a progressive and reform-minded organization, was lukewarm in its assessment. The article divides Bidens’ policies throughout his first year as president into three categories: “little or no progress”, “limited …

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The Polish Deal: How a landmark tax reform turned into a public relations disaster for the government

By Marcin Makowski The “Polish Deal” – the government’s flagship economic program – was supposed to breathe new life into the ruling coalition and carry it through to the next election. Instead, it has so far been characterized by the botched rollout of a complex new tax system that has …

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NYC police chiefs slam governor’s bail reform policies

By Benjamin JoeLockport Union-Sun & Journal, NY NIAGARA COUNTY, NY – Last September, a Lockport man was released early for a parole violation, but is now back in the Niagara County jail and facing more serious charges. During his short time out of jail, Shawn Pittler, 33, of 133 Chestnut …

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NDRC: Policies to Overcome Misfortunes

Challenges will continue to beset China’s economy this year amid a difficult external environment and evolving COVID-19 woes, but policies aimed at boosting consumption, catalyzing efficient investment and improving the business climate will help. overcome them, officials said. At a press conference on January 18, Jin Xiandong, head of policy …

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In Punjab polls, an opportunity for agricultural reform

Punjab politics have been in the news lately, not always for the right reasons. The lack of security during the Prime Minister’s visit and infighting within political parties signal that all is not well in the state. At the same time, all parties have made the improvement of the agricultural …

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FG has launched a new reform initiative for civil servants – HoCSF

The Head of Civil Service of the Federation (HoCSF), Dr. Folashade Yemi-Esan, said the federal government has launched a number of reform initiatives to evolve a new professional and technology-driven civil service for sustainable national development. Yemi-Esan said this in a keynote address at the first special conference of the …

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Washington Republicans prioritize public safety, emergency powers reform and affordability ahead of 2022 legislative session

By Eric Rosane / [email protected] With the 2022 legislative session underway this week, leading Republicans say they are seeking to prioritize police reform, a “return to affordability,” in part by continuing efforts to repeal the police tax. long-term care WA Cares and rebuilding public trust in government by reforming the …

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Sweeney pledges to continue to fight for bipartisanship, affordability, fiscal responsibility and reform

Sweeney pledges to continue to fight for bipartisanship, affordability, fiscal responsibility and reform TRENTON – Today, the longest-serving Senate Speaker in state history, Steve Sweeney, adjourned the Senate and on Tuesday the Senate will meet again with a new Senate Speaker for the first time in six sessions . Senate …

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New York Government’s Cannabis Fairness Plan (Newsletter: January 6, 2022)

Rotary leaders close to a legalization deal; Bourbon seller Senator KY is concerned about medical marijuana; Record IL cannabis sales Subscribe to receive the Marijuana Moment newsletter delivered to your inbox every morning of the week. It’s the best way to find out which cannabis stories are shaping the day. …

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Q&A: Andrew Behrman, CEO of FACHC, on Omicron’s impact on community health centers – State of Reform

Andrew Behrman, MBA, is the president and CEO of the Florida Association of Community Health Centers (FACHC), which provides resources such as COVID-19 testing and vaccinations at hundreds of primary and skilled health care centers in federal level (FQHC) across Florida. Across the various clinics, FACHC provides a vital safety …

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Pepe Álvarez does not close the labor reform: “The most important thing remains to be negotiated: the dismissal” – CVBJ

01/01/2022 The at 19:12 CET Rafa Bernardo What is the global balance sheet for 2021?Considering the fact that this is a pandemic year, I think the results are positive. I have a feeling he has gone beyond what is strictly managing the pandemic and there is a whole host of …

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FAIR calls for mandatory electronic verification in response to work eligibility challenges caused by COVID-19

WASHINGTON, December 28, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Yesterday, the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) submitted public comments in response to a request for input regarding whether the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) should permanently allow employers to review work authorization documents remotely, as they have done. done temporarily …

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Richard Tice Hints ‘Disgruntled’ Conservative MPs Consider Ditching Boris for Reform UK | Politics | News

Richard Tice, head of Reform UK, spoke to GB News Dan Wootton to discuss the Conservative Party’s reaction live. Mr Tice teased the GB News audience by suggesting that many Tory MPs want to quit the Tory party because they are unhappy with Boris Johnson’s leadership and the direction the …

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Calviño hopes Brussels will approve agreement for labor reform – CVBJ

12/24/2021 Act. At 10:43 am CET . The First Vice-President of the Government, Nadia Calviño, hopes that Brussels will give its approval to the agreement reached for labor reform with employers and unions as it responds to the imbalances and anomalies that have characterized the Spanish market and to the …

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Podcast: Experts speak out on land reform

The decision to amend Article 25 of the South African Constitution – allow the expropriation of land without compensation – failed. In this weekend’s Farmer’s Inside Track episode, Annelize Crosby, Land and Legal Affairs Manager at Agri SA, takes a look at the issue. The proposed amendment failed at parliamentary …

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Letter to Superintendent Arntzen: Keep up the good fight

We are writing to rebut the unauthorized “no trust” letter recently sent to you by some rogue principals. These superintendents have spoken without permission from their local school boards or the parents and students they claim to serve. We remind you and the media that Superintendents are nothing more than …

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ExplainSpeaking: Should India reverse economic reforms to reduce growing inequalities?

ExplainSpeaking-Economy is a weekly newsletter from Udit Misra, delivered to your inbox every Monday morning. Click here to subscribe Dear readers, Last week the The World Inequality Report (WIR) 2022 has been published and it created quite a stir. This is because the report asserted that: “Contemporary global inequalities are …

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Japan to ignore carbon tax in 2022 tax reform package

The ruling Liberal Democratic Party and its coalition partner, the Komeito, have decided not to include the introduction of a carbon tax in their fiscal reform program for fiscal 2022, informed sources said Thursday. Rather, a carbon tax will be mentioned as an important issue that needs to be considered, …

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Neither side is thrilled with the immigration reforms in the Build Back Better bill

WASHINGTON – Buried in the $ 1.9 trillion Build Back Better plan is $ 100 billion for immigration reform, money that critics say has nothing to do with the bill and which migration advocates say does not go far enough. The immigration provisions, which were included in the bill approved …

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DEA-HHS cannabis dispute brought to the White House office (Newsletter: December 6, 2021)

safe drug use sites in New York; Financial organizations want marijuana banks in the NDAA; The new Jamaican “good sense of ganja” campaign Subscribe to receive the Marijuana Moment newsletter delivered to your inbox every morning of the week. It’s the best way to find out which cannabis stories are …

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Copyright Reform – Public Knowledge

Congress designed copyright law to promote innovation by rewarding creators with exclusive rights. Sadly, major rights holders such as music publishers have pushed those rights so far into the digital realm that they put the very creators and consumers the law was meant to protect at risk, even going so …

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Offensive email from police union shows how much Aurora needs help

Aurora is known for its diverse populations and welcoming immigrant and refugee communities. It is therefore particularly astonishing that the president of the Aurora Police Union – also a police officer – recently said this about the community he serves in an email sent to 240 members of his union: …

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Southern San Francisco Continues School Police Reform Efforts | Local News

Another step in determining the future role of law enforcement in public schools in southern San Francisco has been taken, with city council approving changes and recommending changes to the document intended to govern the presence of liaison officers. school within the South San Francisco Unified School District. For more …

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Lujan Grisham’s TSO reduction does not solve the problems

Paul J. Gessing For many years, the Rio Grande Foundation has pushed Parliament to take action to address fundamental issues related to tax on state gross receipts. We have consistently called it the “original sin” of New Mexico’s economic policy because of the tremendous damage it does to the New …

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Houston’s new Korean-American community group stands up for all immigrants

Woori Juntos is a new organization defending American Koreans in Houston, who face issues of access to languages ​​and limited community representation. Its founder, Korean-American organizer Hyunja Norman, says it’s easy for Houston’s relatively small Korean-American community to be eclipsed by other nationalities with larger populations, like immigrants from Mexico, …

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Kamala Harris’s Changing Position on Cash Bond: Support as DA, Opposition as Politician

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Vice President Kamala Harris’ stance on the cash bond has changed throughout her career – from supporting the program as a California law enforcement official to calling for sweeping system reforms in as a United States senator, presidential candidate and now vice …

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Reform policy

The government should depoliticize energy pricing by leaving it market determined and regulated by the BERC without political interference 20 November 2021, 22:20 Last modification: November 20, 2021, 10:22 PM Sketch by Dr Sadiq Ahmed / TBS “> Sketch by Dr Sadiq Ahmed / TBS It was heartwarming to read …

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Schumer wants to keep ‘big boys’ out of marijuana industry, says legalization bill is passable

Bipartisan senators from Pennsylvania said on Wednesday they were introducing a bill to allow medical marijuana patients to grow their own plants for personal use. Senators Dan Laughlin (R) and Sharif Street (D) made the announcement about a month after unveiling a separate proposal to legalize adult use. This more …

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Driver Savings Announced With Auto Insurance Reform

LANSING, Mich. (WILX) – Governor Gretchen Whitmer on Tuesday announced that drivers should expect lower costs and more savings for their auto insurance policies compared to the previous year. As part of the governor’s new auto insurance reform, drivers are expected to achieve even greater savings on the PIP medical …

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RISE Up: pension reform bill presented to the House

The chairman and senior member of the House Education and Labor Committee have introduced – and plan to act – bipartite legislation that shares some overlaps with the SECURE 2.0 Act. The Retirement Enhancement and Savings Enhancement Act (RISE) (HR 5891) was introduced on November 5 by committee chair Bobby …

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Aaron Zisser – Spotlight on San José

As an IPA from San Jose, Aaron reviewed Internal Affairs investigations into complaints of agent misconduct, including shootings involving agents, other use of force and racial profiling. He also made recommendations to improve SJPD policies and prioritized community outreach and engagement. Prior to his work as an IPA, Aaron consulted …

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Travis County leads housing reform

As Austin continues to grow dramatically and soaring rent prices have prevented many residents from finding safe and stable housing, the Travis County Commissioners Court, led by the newly elected Travis County Judge , Andy Brown, has adopted several innovative policy changes to expand access to affordable housing. housing for …

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Andrew Yang’s front part is directionless

Former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang on Tuesday announced his new effort to help Americans break free from a stagnant bipartisan “duopoly”: a new political party he calls the Forward Party. The name of the third of Yang is typically sunny. But unfortunately, we don’t really know where this party …

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Strengthening of the law on the right to vote

Congress passed the Voting Rights Act (VRA) in 1965 to protect against racial discrimination in voting. The VRA was subsequently amended to also protect against discrimination against linguistic minorities. This momentous piece of legislation delivers on the promise of the 14th and 15th Amendments that every citizen has the right …

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Tim Scott lies about failed police reform

Tim Scott. Illustrated | Getty Images, iStock While no party is solely responsible for this Congress’ failure to pass a bill to reform the police in the United States, at least one senator should be called in for not telling the truth about his role in the collapse of legislation. …

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