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Supreme Court: Throwing Undersized Fish off Boat did Not Violate Sarbanes-Oxley Act

John Yates was a commercial fisherman working in the Gulf of Mexico. On August 23, 2007, Mr. Yates and his vessel, named the Miss Katie, were approached in Federal waters by another boat.  Onboard the other boat was Officer John Jones the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Officer Jones was deputized by the National Marine Fisheries Service, an element of the Department of Commerce’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, to enforce federal fisheries laws.

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Jana Monroe: Oral History

Jana Monroe never waited for an invitation. As one of the first female sworn officers in California policing, Monroe was “pretty much an anomaly” in her own words. At first she was given traditionally feminine roles – looking after children at an arrest, dealing with juvenile offenders, and talking to female victims, but Monroe wanted more out of the job.

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Fallout From The Latest Secret Service Incident

It was recently reported that two senior Secret Service agents are under investigation after allegations that the two drove a government car into White House security barricades on March 4th. Reports indicate that the two agents, one of whom is a top member of the President’s protective detail, had been drinking at a colleague’s farewell party prior to the crash.

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It's Time for the National Blue Alert

Now that we buried our two NYPD heroes, Detective Liu and Detective Ramos, what is being done to augment protections for our nation's blue warriors? Our nation's leaders will fail if they quietly allow the memory of Detective Liu and Detective Ramos' ultimate sacrifice to revert back to a "chaos as usual" atmosphere. ‎We all know that sound bites provide us with zero ballistic protection, so what can get done? Re-enter the National Blue Alert.

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