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Freshmen members of Congress are hiring more diverse staffs: Reps. Cori Bush and Nikema Williams filled all top staffing slots with people of color. Sen. Padilla's top staffers are all people of color. Two-thirds of Sen. Warnock's top staffers are Black. https://t.co/SKnU619MYU
Pamela Smith has been named chief of U.S. Park Police. She will be the first African American woman to lead the agency in its 230-year history. Smith says she will immediately implement body cameras, which the Park Police currently don't use. https://t.co/M9ObhZjuyv
Reps. Jerry Nadler and Judy Chu have reintroduced the National Origin-Based Antidiscrimination for Nonimmigrants (NO BAN) Act. The legislation is designed to "restore the separation of powers by limiting overly broad executive authority to issue future travel bans."
Prosecutors oppose dismissing Bannon's indictment: Steve Bannon wants a judge to dismiss the fraud charges against him in a New York criminal indictment, but prosecutors say Trump's pardon doesn't mean he's been exonerated. https://t.co/SJrLkUvAy4
Rep. Al Green on the House floor, responding to a Republican who cited God in opposing transgender rights: "You used God to enslave my foreparents. You used God to segregate me in schools. You used God to put me in the back of he bus. Have you no shame?" https://t.co/h6ZNAT67Uy
The most ambitious effort to reform policing may be in Ithaca: Mayor Svante Myrick's proposal would replace the existing police department with a Dept. of Community Solutions & Public Safety intended to reduce the involvement of armed officers in disputes. https://t.co/KEIxMdkvxa
Heads up: An Iowa bill aimed at limiting voting and making it harder for voters to return absentee ballots is headed to Gov. Kim Reynolds' desk after passing both Republican-controlled chambers of the state legislature. https://t.co/LXBJiqhxBa
Capitol Police Officer Harry Dunn: "A lot of us Black officers fought a different battle than everybody else fought. I said to my buddy, 'I got called [slur] a couple dozen times today.' ... That’s when I said, 'Is this America?' and I started crying." https://t.co/mdU9xcA73f