WPR: Wisconsin environmetal groups win temporary halt to transmission line, and all they have to do is post a $32 million bond!
Reuters: Judge says he is unlikely to block California law on women on business boards.
But the judge said during a hearing that Meland has not shown the lawsuit is likely to succeed, meaning he will likely not block the California Secretary of State from enforcing the statute while the case is pending.
The lawsuit is one of several challenging the law, which required companies to have at least one woman on their board by the end of 2019. By the end of this year, boards with five members must include at least two women and larger boards must have three.
Jurist: Federal appeals court upholds Florida law requiring people with felony records pay debts before they are allowed to vote.
AP: How police use force against children.
The AP analyzed data on approximately 3,000 instances of police use of force against children under 16 over the past 11 years. The data, provided to the AP by Accountable Now, a project of The Leadership Conference Education Fund aiming to create a comprehensive use-of-force database, includes incidents from 25 police departments in 17 states.
It’s a small representation of the 18,000 overall police agencies nationwide and the millions of daily encounters police have with the public.
But the information gleaned is troubling.
Slate: The U.S. Supreme Court deals a harsh, unanimous blow to police reform.
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