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New law will make Colo. schools liable for violence

New law will make Colo. schools liable for violence

With the law, Colorado will be among a few states that allow school lawsuits for cases of violence - Full Story

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Federal judge signs Albuquerque police reform settlement

Federal judge signs Albuquerque police reform settlement

The settlement is the result of five months of negotiations between the city and federal officials - Full Story

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Wis. cop cleared in fatal OIS

Wis. cop cleared in fatal OIS

Madison Police Department issued a summary of its finding that officer did not violate its deadly force policies - Full Story

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Ohio cop acquitted in 137-shot case faces assault charge

Ohio cop acquitted in 137-shot case faces assault charge

Officer has been charged with beating up his twin brother four days after his acquittal - Full Story

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Conn. legislature reverses court ruling limiting arrest data

Conn. lawmakers have reversed a state Supreme Court ruling that limited amount of info police must release - Full Story

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Texas lawmakers pass 'campus carry' as session winds down

Allowing concealed handguns in college classrooms had repeatedly stalled under Texas Republican majorities since the 2007 Virginia Tech shooting - Full Story

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High court throws out conviction for Facebook threats

High court throws out conviction for Facebook threats

Court did not specify to lower courts exactly what the standard of proof should be - Full Story

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Police body cam measure awaits action from Ill. governor

The bipartisan measure OK'd Saturday would make Illinois the first state in the country to implement a presidential task force's recommendations - Full Story



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