People who cant leave thier homes because of mental illness. This bill will further turn people like my self into second class criminals or should we wait like good second class citizens for the DVD. No discrimination there?. In the final years of his life, bin Laden expended a great deal of energy warning his followers not to establish an Islamic state too soon. He believed it would prove impossible to defend and might end up destroying the movement he had helped found. Intelligence officials declassified a new batch of documents taken from bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, in 2011.
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen on Monday abandoned precision in bashing media coverage of the Trump administration’s immigration policies. Responding to a plume of coverage on the separation of children from their parents as they arrive at the southern border, Nielsen told the National Sheriffs’ Association: “It is important to note that these minors are very well taken care of. Don’t believe the press.
Besides, I don think LGBT discrimination is so widespread anymore that it become a big issue. I will say that literally nobody I or my partner have ever come out to has had an issue with it yet and I live in a big city in Ohio. This includes the family of my childhood best friend, which are strict evangelicals and have had us over for dinner dozens of times and literally never tried to convert us or made an issue out of it..
Five states, including California, Indiana and Connecticut, have the laws in place.The Florida bill also provides nearly $100million to improve school security and $67million to fund a new sheriff program that would allow school districts to voluntarily train and arm employees who do not exclusively teach in the classroom. These new “school marshals” would have to pass 132 hours of law enforcement training, a background check and additional diversity training.The bill instructs state law enforcement to set up a new mobile app that would allow members of the public, including students, to anonymously report dangerous threats, and it funds additional school mental health services and security officers. There are also funds for a $1million memorial to those who died in the shooting.The bill does not address a central demand of the Stoneman Douglas students to ban the sale of assault weapons, such as the semiautomatic rifle the alleged shooter Nikolas Cruz used at the high school.The state Senate passed the measure Monday, with three Democrats joining 17 Republicans to vote yes.