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New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli announced the following audits were issued

On January 10, 2019 New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli announced the following audits were issuedSource: Office of the State ComptrollerLinks to material posted on the Internet highlighted in COLORDepartment of Corrections and Community Supervision (DOCCS): Oversight of Sex Offenders … Continue reading

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JUJITSU: Trump on Unpaid Shutdown Workers: ‘We Have a Bigger Subject That We’re Doing’ with Border. …

JUJITSU: Trump on Unpaid Shutdown Workers: ‘We Have a Bigger Subject That We’re Doing’ with Border. “Asked what the safety net is for federal workers, Trump responded that ‘the safety net it is going to be having a strong border … Continue reading

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Were Georgia Roads Any Safer in 2018?

We have survived the Holidays and so it is appropriate we review car crash records to see how we Georgians did in 2018. Were we any safer?  Have car collisions declined in any aspect? Each year, the Georgia Governor’s Office … Continue reading

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More than 4.1M students were in a school lockdown last year

Washington Post: “School shootings remain rare, even after 2018, a year of historic carnage on K-12 campuses. What’s not rare are lockdowns, which have become a hallmark of American education and a byproduct of this country’s inability to curb its … Continue reading

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DOUBLE STANDARDS: If only the Knights of Columbus were a Muslim organization instead of a Catholic …

DOUBLE STANDARDS: If only the Knights of Columbus were a Muslim organization instead of a Catholic one… Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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