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July 27, 2022

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S.J. Mayor, San José Police Department, and community members hail recent decision by Superior Court Judges to end the pandemic-era zero bail order, but warn of dangers of County’s continued policy of “depopulating the jail” without safe alternatives   

SAN JOSÉ, CA – Today, joined

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A double rainbow is seen over the Tupper Lake Municipal Park in August 2019 after a rain storm.
(Provided photo — Brittany Proulx)

City of Houston and University of Houston Offer At-Risk

Mayor’s Office Press Release

City of Houston and University of Houston Offer At-Risk Young Adults a Second Chance at Success

July 22, 2022 — Getting a second chance for employment and education is not always easy for young adults who have a history of incarceration. Today, a select group of young adults began classes at the University of Houston’s Stephen

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UNO Study Identifies Strengths, Limitations of Vocational

A new study by researchers at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) is increasing our understanding on how to assist formerly incarcerated persons in Nebraska to transition back into the community and remain crime-free.

The researchers conducted one-on-one interviews with 21 formerly incarcerated individuals who had completed Nebraska’s Vocational and Life Skills (VLS) program in 2018. The VLS

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Impact of active surveillance for prostate cancer on the

In our study, we showed that men with prostate cancer on AS, 5 years after their diagnosis of cancer, didn’t present an increased risk of anxiety or depression compared to patients treated by RP or RT, which is also reflected by the absence of overconsumption of anxiolytics. These results are consistent with those of the previously published ProtecT study, which

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How State Legislatures Can Pass Effective Policies on

Like many parts of the country, Kentucky has experienced a devastating opioid crisis, with the second highest overdose death rate in the U.S. according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.







Courtesy of Senator Whitney Westerfield




The commonwealth’s elected officials are

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FG to commence implementation of compulsory Health insurance


The federal government has concluded plans to kick start the implementation of the long-awaited compulsory health insurance programme in order to make quality and affordable healthcare services accessible to 92 million vulnerable Nigerians.

Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha, made the disclosure when the delegation from World Health Organisation (WHO) led its Country Representative, Dr Walter Mulombo

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Analysts: Crime in New Mexico jumped as arrests fell

Albuquerque police in June investigate a homicide behind a convenience store on West Central Avenue. (Adolphe Pierre-Louis/Albuquerque Journal)

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SANTA FE – The certainty of justice in New Mexico slipped over a recent seven-year period as arrests fell and violent crime increased, analysts for the state Legislature warned Wednesday.

The number of violent crimes, for example,

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