Eleanor Holmes Norton, Phyllis Randall, National Insurance Crime Bureau discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News


P news as we know what happened in D. C does not stay in D. C. On that note. Phyllis Randall, who chairs the Loudon County Board of Supervisors, wants her constituents to stay home, She says the situation in D C is a tender box, she tells w. T o p she's been praying about. What she could do to head off what she calls fairly dangerous protests, she points out counter protests in this case will only make matters worse. No better time than the present to push for statehood. D c delegate Eleanor Holmes. Norton did just that. On the first day of the 117th Congress. In this latest attempt, Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton announced that her statehood bill has more support than ever with a record number of original co sponsors. 200 to that broke the previous record of 155, which he said in 2019 Mayor Bowser expressed her appreciation to Norton for her leadership and continuing to grow support for the matter. Especially after 2020 saw the first ever house passage of a statehood bill for the district. She says they're carrying that momentum into 2021 with renewed hope and a president who knows D C struggle and supports the cause of granting 706,000 tax paying residents full and equal citizenship. Sandy coz l w T O P News AH woman was killed yesterday morning in the district. It's D. C s first homicide of the New year, 22 year old Kolia Rainey was shot on Wheeler Road and said. Of these D. C. At around 2 30 officers found rainy inside of a car. She was taken to the hospital, where she was pronounced dead. 2020 was the deadliest year for D. C since 4 2198 homicides up from 166 in 2019. And Randall County lawmakers want the next legislative session to be productive. They're letting their bills do the talking delegate Heather Abagnale pre filed two bills focusing on access to mental health delegate Sandi Bartlett sponsored a bill that would ban law enforcement from interrogating a child under 18 before they've had a chance to talk to an attorney and delicate. Michael Malone pre filed a bill that would take a look at how boundaries of formed in his anti Jerry Mandarin bill. Lawmakers are looking to hit the ground running on a range of legislation from racial John Justice to the pandemic. Almost 60 bills were found ahead of the first joint session of the year on January 13th Andrea Cameron w T. O P NEWS Maryland LAWMAKERS air working to require that all police officers in the state where body cameras but are facing fiscal challenges. The capital News Service reports that a bipartisan group Focused on police accountability recommended that the state mandate cameras by 2025 State Senator Justin really says that he isn't opposed to the move. But on Lee if the mandate doesn't break the bank for the state's smaller counties, it's 12 07. I am Dave Glowy. President and CEO of the National Insurance Crime Bureau, in the aftermath of a disaster victims just want to get their lives back together, But the TV is warning There are some fraudulent contractors. You may approach you after a storm for a quick fix. They'll say anything as long as they get you to sign a contract and hand over a payment. Don't be a victim twice know who you're dealing with. And remember if you didn't request it rejected. Report fraud Call us at 1 800 Tell an I C B. This is a public service message from the National Insurance Crime Bureau. Having repairs done in your apartment should never come with strings attached, like being harassed and constantly pressured for sexual favors. My landlord told me my rent would be free if I gave him something. In exchange,.

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