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Now in Effect: Arizona Law Requires Criminal Conviction for Asset Forfeiture

Now in Effect: Arizona Law Requires Criminal Conviction for Asset Forfeiture

Today, an Arizona law goes into effect reforming the state’s asset forfeiture laws and prohibiting law enforcement from taking a person’s property without a criminal conviction in most cases. The proposed legislation builds on important reforms signed into law in 2017 that opted Arizona out of a federal forfeiture program.

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Now in Effect: Alaska Law Takes First Step to Legalize Raw Milk

Now in Effect: Alaska Law Takes First Step to Legalize Raw Milk

The new law legalizes raw milk through contracts granting part ownership of livestock, commonly known as herd shares. Under the law, consumers can pay a farmer a fee for a “share” in either an individual animal or a herd of animals. In return, the consumer gets access to unpasteurized milk produced by the animals.

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Now in Effect: Arizona Bans State Enforcement of Federal Gun Control

Now in Effect: Arizona Bans State Enforcement of Federal Gun Control

Today, an Arizona law banning state and local enforcement of federal gun control goes into effect. The enactment of this law represents an important first step toward bringing those measures to an end within the state.

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Tulsa’s Gathering Place sues Shawnee coffeehouse

Tulsa’s Gathering Place sues Shawnee coffeehouse

Tulsa’s Gathering Place, LLC, has filed a lawsuit in federal court against a family-owned coffeehouse in Shawnee, Oklahoma, 90 miles away. The trademark complaint, filed on Friday, September 24, 2021, in the Western District of Oklahoma, claim…

Local talk radio returns to Tulsa on 1300 the Patriot

Local talk radio returns to Tulsa on 1300 the Patriot

Local (almost), live conservative talk radio has returned to the Tulsa airwaves, on the frequency that was the first full-time talk radio station in Tulsa over 40 years ago. AM 1300 KAKC, owned by iHeartMedia, has rebranded itself as 1300 The …

Now in Effect: Oregon Law Limits State Participation in Federal Police Militarization Programs

Now in Effect: Oregon Law Limits State Participation in Federal Police Militarization Programs

The new law bans state and local law enforcement agencies from receiving certain equipment from military surplus programs operated by the federal government. It also increases oversight and transparency for the acquisition of allowable equipment.

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Tulsa redistricting commission considers plans

Tulsa redistricting commission considers plans

Tomorrow, September 24, 2021, the City of Tulsa Election District Commission will hold a special meetingto consider a set of five proposed plans for redrawing Tulsa’s city council district boundaries for possible presentation for public comme…

If You Wouldn’t Keep Running Them Out Of The Profession, Teachers Wouldn’t Leave

If You Wouldn’t Keep Running Them Out Of The Profession, Teachers Wouldn’t Leave

Last month, State Superintendent Hofmeister (who referred to the recent Governor-requested, first ever audit of the OSDE as "yet another attack on public education") happily announced she had gifted Teach For America over four million dollars…