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As Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn steps away, what qualities do you want in a new chief?

As Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn steps away, what qualities do you want in a new chief?

… to substance abuse. Flynn’s tenure was marred by the tragic death of Derek Williams in police custody and the fatal police shootings of Dontre Hamilton and Sylville Smith. He took hits for illegal strip and body cavity searches his officers conducted on African-American men suspected of having drugs.
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Calgary’s 1st permanent, supervised consumption site to open downtown Monday

Calgary’s first permanent, supervised consumption site is set to open downtown on Monday, offering “welcoming, warm, inclusive services” for people in the … “The goal is to reduce the deaths from the opioid crisis as well as mitigate some of the other health risks associated with drug use,” said program …
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The Voice of Border Patrol Agents Tries to Keep His Head Straight as the World Changes

Chris Harris encapsulates a host of contradictions. When the union representing Border Patrol agents, which he helps lead, endorsed now President Trump, Harris had misgivings. He’s married to a woman whose parents came to the country illegally, meaning they broke the same laws he’s now …
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How Donald Trump turned the United States into a headless giant

He has threatened to withdraw from the North American and U.S.-South Korean trade treaties, too, unless he gets better terms. Trade is shared across almost as many agencies as the drug-abuse portfolio. Treasury has a voice, for example, as does State. The co-ordinating agency here is the U.S. Trade …
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Protest planned for ‘Scientology building’ in rural Meath

“Narconon International is an organisation that promotes the theories of Scientology founder L Ron Hubbard regarding substance abuse treatment and … the Church of Scientology, a body of religious beliefs and practices developed in 1954 by American science fiction author Hubbard who died in 1986.
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