Officials at the American Police Hall of Fame & Museum in Titusville had navigated through the legislative process to get Florida House and Senate support for state funding to help expand their complex and add a new law enforcement training
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NFL Free Agency was not the only thing Ezekiel Elliott had to worry about in the offseason. The former Dallas Cowboys running back needed to settle a dog attack case filed against him in Frisco, Texas. Elliott’s case may have
Google has announced plans to remove Canadian news articles from its search engine and other products in Canada when a law requires major online platforms to pay news publishers take effect in the country.
In a statement on Thursday, Google
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OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Canada’s Senate on Thursday passed a bill that will require Google and Meta to pay media outlets for news content that they share or otherwise repurpose on their platforms.
The bill, which is set to become
Canada should give “urgent consideration” to legal mechanisms as a way to combat residential school denialism, says a new report from the independent special interlocutor on unmarked graves.
Justice Minister David Lambetti said he was open to such
How IPEF Builds On Prior Trade Relationships Negotiated By The Biden Administration:
In May 2023, the Biden Administration announced the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity (IPEF), a commitment to improving supply chains between the US, and the Indo-Pacific nations of
HAENA STATE PARK, KAUAI (HawaiiNewsNow) – There’s a new law that officials hope will allow more community-based non-profits to control the number of visitors at state parks.
The law signed Thursday by Gov. Josh Green would allow community partnerships to
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Seven years ago, Australia passed its first online safety bill, the Enhancing Online Safety Actupdating and expanding it in 2021 with the Online Safety Act. While both Acts had problems and pitfalls, these were ‘global
A Calgary organization that offers free legal services to people who don’t qualify for legal aid in Alberta is calling on candidates in the provincial election to remove barriers to accessing justice.
“We have political parties talking specifically about crime