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N.C. senators are moving forward an omnibus criminal justice reform bill that would make a wide range of changes to state law in response to recent cases of rioting, violence against first responders, and accusations of police brutality.
N.C. senators are moving forward an omnibus criminal justice reform bill that would make a wide range of changes to state law in response to recent cases of rioting, violence against first responders, and accusations of police brutality.
 
Andrew McCarthy of National Review Online probes the high-profile push for police reform. He finds significant reasons for concern.
Andrew McCarthy of National Review Online probes the high-profile push for police reform. He finds significant reasons for concern.
 
So the radicals that have been "protesting" the police set up a police-free zone in Seattle.
So the radicals that have been "protesting" the police set up a police-free zone in Seattle.
 
Members of some North Carolina college marching bands, protesting what they consider police brutality, have abandoned kneeling while playing "The Star Spangled Banner" before football games and instead are wearing ribbons or armbands on their uniforms.
Members of some North Carolina college marching bands, protesting what they consider police brutality, have abandoned kneeling while playing "The Star Spangled Banner" before football games and instead are wearing ribbons or armbands on their uniforms.
 
The nation's largest police union is currently launching a campaign called "Our True Heroes"
 
On June 15, 2011 dozens of law enforcement personnel responded to a call from a desperate man seeking help with his self-described "drinking problem."
On June 15, 2011 dozens of law enforcement personnel responded to a call from a desperate man seeking help with his self-described "drinking problem."
 
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