Complaint puts spotlight on police interaction with crime victims – Nogales International | Team Cansler

When Granger Niemann’s family called Nogales Police last month, they wanted help. Instead, the 22-year-old said his family received reproaches and criticism from a responding officer. “Imagine someone, an authority, saying to a household full of domestic violence survivors and one person who survived a sexual assault, ‘We did all this to ourselves,’” Niemann said. … Read more

Preparatory work in full swing for sides in Hope Scholarship case in West Virginia Supreme Court – WV News | Team Cansler

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WV News) – With the West Virginia Supreme Court set to hear arguments Oct. 4, pages of the Hope Scholarship Act are busy preparing. Those supporting the law — Attorney General Patrick Morrisey, parent representatives and several other groups (through Friends of the Trials) — have filed briefs setting out their position. Opponents … Read more

North Shore News Coming Soon | Community | salemnews.com – The Salem News | Team Cansler

The family roe: An American Story On Monday, September 19 at 7:00 p.m., The Peabody Institute Library, Danvers invites you to join investigative journalist Joshua Prager on Zoom about his in-depth research on abortion rights, The Family Roe: An American Story Danger to Speak, “The Family Roe,” nominated as a 2022 Pulitzer Prize finalist, offers … Read more

Preparatory work in full swing for sides in Hope Scholarship case in West Virginia Supreme Court – WV News | Team Cansler

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WV News) – With the West Virginia Supreme Court set to hear arguments Oct. 4, pages of the Hope Scholarship Act are busy preparing. Those supporting the law — Attorney General Patrick Morrisey, parent representatives and several other groups (through Friends of the Trials) — have filed briefs setting out their position. Opponents … Read more

State pushes back in HB 1775 lawsuit alleging race, sex determination – Tulsa World | Team Cansler

Oklahoma’s Attorney General is pushing back on a legal challenge that claims recent accreditation penalties against two school districts are evidence a law designed to limit classroom instruction based on race and gender is unconstitutional. In a filing late Wednesday night in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma, Oklahoma Attorney General … Read more

2 charged with alleged assault as part of Mechanicsville High’s football program; Resumption of Activities Team – Richmond Times-Dispatch | Team Cansler

Take a stroll around Brown’s Island with Lucas Fritz to learn about Richmond’s great fall concert and live music venues. Presented by 8@4 by Massey Cancer Center from Virginia Wayside Furniture Studio. Two youths have been charged with minor assault after the Hanover County Sheriff’s Office completed its investigation into allegations of … Read more

“Devastated”: Family mourns death; Data contradicts OHP tracking claims – Norman Transcript | Team Cansler

Ethan Mestes, 22, of Pueblo, Colorado, was killed August 15 when an Oklahoma Highway Patrol officer ejected a car he was in, throwing him and another passenger out of the car. Submitted photo Those close to Ethan Mestes will tell you that his face lit up a room — a reflection of his warm, happy … Read more

GOP lawmakers: Republican election laws linked to concerns college students are voting ‘liberal’ – Missoulian | Team Cansler

A Republican lawmaker testified Tuesday in a Billings courtroom that her GOP peers drafting new electoral legislation last year were motivated by the perception that “students tend to be liberal.” Rep. Geraldine Custer, a former longtime Forsyth election official, made no secret of her opposition to several of her party’s priority election laws during the … Read more

GOP lawmakers: Republican election laws linked to concerns that college students are voting ‘liberal’ – Ravalli Republic | Team Cansler

A Republican lawmaker testified Tuesday in a Billings courtroom that her GOP peers drafting new electoral legislation last year were motivated by the perception that “students tend to be liberal.” Rep. Geraldine Custer, a former longtime Forsyth election official, made no secret of her opposition to several of her party’s priority election laws during the … Read more