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DOJ Pushes Effort to Aid Convicts in Reentering Society
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Loretta Lynch: ID card swap a positive step for prisoner reentry

Convicted felons should be able to exchange prison ID cards for state-issued ones once their sentences are served, said Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch , touting a step she believes would make it easier for the thousands of people released from ... Washington Times, 1 week ago
International Business Times

Loretta Lynch: Remove roadblocks faced by former prisoners re-entering society

Every year, more than 600,000 people return to our communities after serving time in federal and state prisons, and . Research shows that economic opportunity, education, strong family bonds and civic engagement are the pillars of a successful ...
 USA Today1 week ago IDs For Former Prisoners: DOJ Prison Reforms To Help Ex-Cons Get State Identification Cards  International Business Times1 week ago Remove Roadblocks Faced by Former Prisoners Re-entering Society  United States Department of Justice1 week ago

White House follows up on executive actions

(Before It's News) President Obama, center, meeting Attorney General Loretta Lynch, left, and FBI Director James Comey. President Obama's administration Friday gave an update on implementing the executive actions regarding guns ownership that he ...
 Before It's News5 days ago U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch: Ending Transgender Discrimination A...  Gay.com2 days ago Attorney General Loretta Lynch: Businesses Should Hire Former Inmates  Time2 days ago Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch Delivers Closing Remarks at National Reentry Week Event in Mobile, Alabama  United States Department of Justice5 days ago

Anti-Muslim threats on rise across United States

US Attorney General Loretta Lynch said there was "no place for intolerance" in America, as top prosecutors voiced concern about increased anti-Muslim threats (AFP Photo/Mandel Ngan) More Los Angeles (AFP) - Top prosecutors from 11 US states ...
 Yahoo! News3 weeks ago Conn. U.S. Attorney Launches Panel To Address Backlash Against Muslims, Arabs  Connecticut Law Tribune1 week ago US concerned about frequent anti-Muslim threats  Yahoo! India3 weeks ago US govt lawyers worry over growing threats to Muslims  Interaksyon3 weeks ago

Fallen Law Enforcement Officers to be Honored During 28th Annual Candlelight Vigil on May 13 in Washington, DC

Attorney General Lynch to deliver special remarks as 252 names are dedicated on the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial; event to be streamed live over the Internet , /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The names of 252 U.S. law enforcement ...
 Sys-Con India5 days ago
Epoch Times

US to States: Make It Easier for Ex-prisoners to Obtain IDs

WASHINGTON—Attorney General Loretta Lynch is urging the nation's governors to make it easier for convicted felons to obtain state-issued identification after they get out of prison, part of a broader plan being announced Monday to help smooth the ...
 Epoch Times1 week ago For life after prison, an ID could be worth more than a vote  Christian Science Monitor1 week ago US to states: Make it easier for...  DailyNews724.com1 week ago US wants states to make it easier for ex-prisoners to obtain IDs  Boston Globe1 week ago
The Global Legal Post

Microsoft Sues Justice Department, AG Over Cloud Privacy

Microsoft has filed a lawsuit against the Justice Department and Attorney General Loretta Lynch, stating that the same rules that apply to search and seizure in an office should apply to its cloud. 8 Ways Cloud Storage Delivers Business Value ...
 Information Week2 weeks ago Cloud Giant Microsoft Takes DOJ to Court  Host Search2 weeks ago Microsoft files data privacy lawsuit against US DoJ  The Global Legal Post2 weeks ago Microsoft sues US government over secret data requests  CNET News2 weeks ago

Traffic Attorney, Amir Soleimanian, Comments on Attorney General Now Opposing Unpaid Traffic Fines Leading to Jail Time

PRWeb 2016-04-11 Attorney General, Loretta Lynch, now publicly opposes jail time for unpaid traffic tickets and other traffic violations. Amir Soleimanian, traffic attorney, commends on the implications of this opposition. Los Angeles, CA ...
 BizWire Express3 weeks ago

Justice Department: North Carolina's HB 2 Violates Federal Law

N.C. Gov. Pat McCrory and U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch The department is calling on Gov. Pat McCrory and other state officials to cease enforcing the anti-LGBT law. By Trudy Ring May 04 2016 5:06 PM EDT Updated May 04 2016 5:26 PM ...
 Advocate.com16 hours ago N.C. transgender law violates civil rights, U.S. Justice Department says  CBC10 hours ago US government: North Carolina LGBT law violates civil rights  ZimbabweNation.com13 hours ago Justice Department puts North Carolina on notice for anti-LGBT law  Christian Science Monitor13 hours ago
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Companies crucial to energy exploration abandon $34B merger

The U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said the collapse of the deal was "a victory for the U.S. economy and for all Americans". Though investors anticipated potential opposition to the oilfield services tie-up from the moment the deal was ...
 Equilibrio Informativo2 days ago US sues to block Halliburton and Baker Hughes deal, says anti-competitive  Sharenet4 weeks ago Baker Hughes: Bad Investment, Bad Company  Harvard Political Review1 day ago HALLIBURTON : Oil Explorers Abandon Merger  4 Traders1 day ago
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