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Fewer Parents Talk to Teens About Drugs

March 11, 2005
Twelve percent of parents have never talked to their kids about the risks of drug use, up from six percent six years ago, according to a new survey conducted by the Partnership for a Drug Free America. This trend has many concerned, especially because more parents have been found to underestimate their children’s risk for drug abuse.

MADD Calls for More Drunk Driving Prevention

March 11, 2005
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) recently released a Law Enforcement Leadership Summit Report, which includes six recommendations for lowering the number of alcohol-related traffic deaths.

Radio Host Continues Anti-Cop Program

March 4, 2005
In response to complaints from Chief Julian Fantino of the Toronto Police Department in Canada, the host of the local radio show “Bad Cop, No Donut!” will change his offensive e-mail address, but the show will continue to air anti-law enforcement sentiments.

Supreme Court Ends Death Penalty for Minors

March 4, 2005
The Supreme Court ruled in a 5-4 decision that executing those who were under 18 when they committed murder is cruel and unusual punishment, making it unconstitutional.

Man Coughs up Cocaine While in Custody

March 4, 2005
A man could face up to 25 years in prison for criminal possession of a controlled substance after coughing up a plastic baggy containing 11 packets of cocaine.

Border Patrol Struggles to Stem Influx of Illegals

February 24, 2005
Despite new technologies introduced to help police the border, Border Patrol agents catch only about one-third of the estimated 3 million people who illegally cross the border between Mexico and the United States each year.

Supreme Court Limits Segregation in State Prisons

February 24, 2005
The Supreme Court has ruled that state prisons cannot segregate inmates even temporarily except in very rare cases.

Officers Oppose Montana DUI Blood Test Measure

February 24, 2005
Police and prosecutors oppose a proposed bill in Montana that would allow someone arrested for driving under the influence to call an attorney before taking a blood alcohol test.

Bush Nominates New Chief of Intelligence

February 17, 2005
Following the senate’s confirmation of Michael Chertoff as the new secretary of Homeland Security, Bush has nominated John Negroponte, currently U.S. ambassador to Iraq, to become the first director of national intelligence.

Bill to Fine For Ultra-Low Pants Dropped

February 17, 2005
Lawmakers in Virginia have given up on trying to pass a bill that would have authorized a $50 fine for wearing pants so low that underwear is visible “in a lewd or indecent manner.”
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