Category: Public Affairs

Western leaders embrace radical land-transfer idea in misguided attempt to solve housing crisis

Western lawmakers and leaders are rallying behind a disingenuous argument to solve the housing affordability crisis by privatizing public lands. Read More

Op-Ed by FBI Director Christopher Wray: Violent Crime Problem Is Real and Tackling It Requires a Group Effort

In law enforcement, our most fundamental duty is to ensure people can live free from fear—a task that has become more challenging over the past few years. FBI crime statistics released in October showed that in 2021, violent crime remained at alarmingly high for the second year in a row. From conversations I routinely have with police Read More

Nonprofit Develops New App to Better Serve Young Immigrant Women

by Lauren Blodgett The Brave House was born out of my lifelong commitment to serve others and solve problems. My parents celebrated and encouraged the pursuit of a career in public service for us kids. My mother’s side of the family emigrated from the Azores, and my grandparents helped found a local church in Boston Read More

Statement of ABA President Reginald Turner Re: Reproductive choice and the Dobbs decision

WASHINGTON — The American Bar Association remains committed to doing all it can to support reproductive choice. Limiting this choice can have devastating consequences for those who are pregnant and can adversely affect their physical and mental health, their lives and the lives of their families. The Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health that Read More

Ashured Brings a Unifying Network of Fraternal Affection Back to Politics

The network empowers the collective with a decisive voice and removes the noise and acrimony found on social media around political issues. Read More

Reno’s Surgeon Offers Free Reconstructive Breast Surgery

Dr. Erez Dayan from the Avance Plastic Surgery clinic offers free reconstructive breast surgery offered to patients without health insurance in Reno, Nevada. Read More

FBI Director Christopher Wray’s Remarks at Briefing on Inauguration Security

During a briefing to Vice President Mike Pence with other agency officials at FEMA Headquarters in Washington, D.C., on January 14, 2021, FBI Director Christopher Wray discussed the FBI’s efforts regarding inauguration security. Remarks as delivered. Read More

Orange City Man Who ‘Sextorted’ Multiple Minors Sentenced to 60 Years

Case Highlights Growing Online Crime with Devastating Real-Life Consequences
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With the Poles Suggesting a Close Presidential race, Learn About Runoff Election

The federal election is coming up Tuesday November 3 and the race is close. Read More

Pew Research Center:Voters’ Attitudes About Race and Gender Are Even More Divided Than in 2016

Growing share of Democratic voters say it’s a lot more difficult to be Black than White in the U.S. Read More

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