Voter registration is necessary, especially when laws are written with the specific intent of inflicting damage on you and your family.
A grand-standing Georgia sheriff who tried to pull a stupid Halloween stunt was slapped down by a federal judge when registered individuals fought back.
As our numbers grow, we can wield a growing impact in elections. This becomes necessary when laws are written with the specific intent of inflicting damage on you and your family.
It is time for Nebraskans Unafraid to start flexing muscle at the ballot box.
Nebraska law is designed to harm registered individuals and their families and there is ample evidence that it does just that. It is time we start bringing this fact to the attention of the courts.
Is it time for FEARLESS to extend beyond Omaha and Lincoln? Only you can answer that question.
In 2009, those who promulgated LB 285 — the Nebraska version of the Adam Walsh Act — filed a Statement of Fiscal Impact that erroneously claimed the bill would have no budget impact. That was just plain untrue. A major argument in favor of LB 285 was that Nebraska would avoid having 10 percent of […]
More fallout from a 2017 court ruling barring the state from listing a 15-year-old boy on the sex offender list. The Lincoln Journal-Star reports on a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Omaha.The attorney who successfully sued to keep a 15-year-old boy’s name off the state’s Sex Offender Registry now is seeking to file a […]
The Judiciary Committee held a hearing on a bill (LB689) that would eliminate sex offender registry requirements for juveniles in Nebraska.The bill, introduced by Bellevue Sen. Carol Blood, applies to juveniles who commit sex crimes in other states and then move to Nebraska. It brings state law into compliance with a 2017 state Supreme Court […]
The Unicameral opened its 2018 session this week. Senators introduced bills beginning on Wednesday, including several pertaining to the state’s criminal justice system.Lincoln Journal-Star reporter JoAnne Young has a rundown of some of the bills that were introduced on Wednesday. Bills deal with prison overcrowding, medical release of inmates, and rates for phone calls from […]