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Despite Feds publishing, several states allow investigation files to be sealed

FBI and other federal law enforcement agencies have been subject to public disclosure for more than 40 years - Full Story

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Mass. legislators weigh changes to bicycle laws

The bill would add cyclists to police, first responders, pedestrians and others defined as vulnerable users - Full Story

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Newly released emails reveal coordination after controversial Chicago OIS

Newly released emails reveal coordination after controversial Chicago OIS

Mayor's office, police and the body that investigates police shootings closely coordinated their response in the months after fatal 2014 shooting - Full Story

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Obama explores unilateral steps on guns

Obama explores unilateral steps on guns

Obama is looking for ways to keep guns out of the hands of "a dangerous few" without depending on Congress to pass a law on the fraught subject of gun control - Full Story

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Will 'pot breathalyzer' pass the smell test?

Just three years ago, marijuana was illegal for recreational use nationwide - Full Story

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Las Vegas police boost security for holidays

It's not a first-of-its-kind request for the destination, but it's getting extra emphasis this year - Full Story

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Mo. lawmakers try again with bills to address Ferguson police conduct

The measure would align Missouri law with a 1985 Supreme Court decision - Full Story

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Officer won't face charges in fatal shooting of Tamir Rice

Officer won't face charges in fatal shooting of Tamir Rice

Grand jury declined to indict officer who fatally shot 12-year-old Rice, who was carrying a replica - Full Story

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Medical marijuana's big business lures former law enforcers

Medical marijuana's big business lures former law enforcers

The pull of such post-police jobs extends well beyond Illinois, such as Washington state and Colorado, where marijuana is legal for everyone over 21 - Full Story



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