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Arizona Senate Approves 80mph Speed Limit

March 19, 2004
Although laws have not yet been enacted, Arizona state senators’ recent votes could allow for 80-mph speeds on stretches of rural highway and prevent police officers from stopping motorists for not wearing seat belts.

Two Sentenced in Beltway Sniper Case

March 12, 2004
John Allen Muhammad, 43, was sentenced to death and Lee Boyd Malvo, 19, was sentenced to life in prison without parole for their roles in the Washington D.C.-area sniper spree that killed 10 people in 2002.

Woman Attempts to Use $1 Million Bill

March 12, 2004
A woman in Covington, Georgia, tried to use a fake $1 million bill to purchase items at Wal-Mart.

Company Puts Sex Offender Registry Online

March 12, 2004
The public can now search an online sex offender registry for free through the company APSCREEN.

U.S. Changes Policy For Crossing Mexican Border

March 5, 2004
The Bush administration has changed its plans to require many Mexican nationals crossing the border from Mexico into the United States for short trips to be fingerprinted and photographed.

Realistic Blank Guns Available to Public

March 5, 2004
More people are wielding a wide variety of replica pistols and machine guns, causing more police officers to wonder if each gun-toting suspect they encounter is holding a toy or a deadly weapon.

Post-9/11 Lung Problems Affect Police

March 5, 2004
A recent study found that respiratory symptoms developed in more than 75 percent of law enforcement officers who responded to the attack on the World Trade Center in September 2001.

Marchers Rally for Louisville Police

February 27, 2004
A crowd of more than 500 people marched in Louisville, Kentucky, to show support for their local police force in the wake of the much-publicized death of a black male shot by Louisville Metro Police.

Senate to Vote on Cop Concealed Carry Bill

February 27, 2004
A bill dubbed “National Concealed Carry for Cops” is scheduled to go to a vote in the Senate on March 2.

Federal Guidelines for Computer Security Drafted

February 27, 2004
A publication from the National Institute of Standards and Technology details controls that will become mandatory for most federal computer information systems in 2005.
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