New Washington Law Accidentally Banned Fingerprinting of State Prisoners

Melissa Santos, The News Tribune (Tacoma, Wash.) / June 28, 2017

Veto Threat Stirs Worries for 911 Call Center Funding in Illinois

Nick Draper, Jacksonville Journal-Courier, Ill. / June 28, 2017

Why the Latest Data on Marijuana and Car Crashes Has Some Experts Skeptical

Daniel C. Vock / June 27, 2017

Drone Experts Want Public to Welcome UAVs — Not Fear Them — as They Are the Future

Tripp Girardeau, Aiken Standard, S.C. / June 27, 2017

Colorado Makes it Legal to Text and Drive, But City Laws May Take Precedence

Tommy Simmons, Greeley Tribune, Colo. / June 22, 2017

Why More Police Videos Will Likely Be Publicized in Pennsylvania

Mark Scolforo, The Associated Press / June 22, 2017

Gaps with the FirstNet Opt-Out Process Remain (Op-Ed)

Jeff McLeod, National Governors Association’s Center for Best Practices / June 22, 2017

Price Tag for Kansas City, Mo.'s Body Cam Program Reaches $6 Million

Glenn E. Rice, The Kansas City Star / June 21, 2017

NYC Looks to Make Its 911 System Fully Digital

/ June 20, 2017

State, Territory Plans and Next Step in FirstNet Build-Out Arrive Ahead of Schedule

/ June 19, 2017

Texas Cities Beat State On Texting and Driving Legislation

Robert Cadwallader, Fort Worth Star-Telegram / June 19, 2017
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