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Commentary: Police Need Guidelines on Body Cams

Following the deadly police-civilian encounters in Ferguson, Missouri, and New York City, more and more persons are calling for police to be outfitted with and use body cameras.   To the ACLU, “cameras have the potential to be a win-win, ...

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Commentary: The ‘Utah Solution’ to immigration reform

Our immigration system is broken. Unfortunately, the folks in Washington cannot agree on how to fix it. Consequently, we have President Obama bravely issuing executive orders deferring the deportation of certain undocumented aliens and ending the Secure Communities program. Not ...

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Commentary: Domestic violence victims are not public nuisances

Public nuisance ordinances are becoming the rage among municipalities. The City of Rochester has one.  The Borough of Norristown, just outside Philadelphia, had one. Hopefully, Rochester does not follow the example of Norristown. In the words of the Rochester ordinance, ...

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