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  1. 'Get prisoners off drugs and into jobs' jail bosses are told under sweeping UK reforms

    Ibtimes.co.uk -UK 02.23 / 04:41 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    The prisons and courts bill will introduce school-style performance…
  2. New Zealand freshwater quality reforms moving forward

    Scoop.co.nz - Science 02.23 / 04:39 www.scoop.co.nz
    Cawthron Institute welcomes the Government’s announcement of the latest round of freshwater reforms. The Government is proposing greater transparency regarding which lakes and rivers are swimmable and this will vary across seasons and…
  3. Texans activists, cops mobilize for cannabis reform

    Theleafonline.com - Lifestyle 02.23 / 03:44 theleafonline.com
    Marijuana policy reform supporters have seen growing support within the law enforcement community after they converged at the Texas State Capitol for a citizen lobby day February 8 as part of ongoing efforts to advance a pair of cannabis reform bills. “Arresting people for marijuana possession takes officers off the streets for hours, reducing their effectiveness,” said former Carrollton […] The post Texans activists, cops mobilize for cannabis reform appeared first on The Leaf Online…
  4. Govt to set up 'Challenge Fund' to push states for urban reforms

    How much each state gets would depend on how they perform not only in their corporations but as a comparative to other…
  5. Palaszczuk pays the Speaker's price: Donations law reformed

    Independent MP says new donation rules will allow voters to know who is funding political…
  6. IMF sees India’s economic growth at above 8% on back of GST, reforms

    Financialexpress.com - Business 02.23 / 02:08 financialexpress.com
    Continued progress on reforms and adoption of the goods and services tax (GST) could raise India’s medium-term economic growth to above 8%, the International Monetary Fund said on Wednesday. The post IMF sees India’s economic growth at above 8% on back of GST, reforms appeared first on The Financial Ex…
  7. Reform party founder warns populism can be a 'rogue well' for Conservatives

    Cbc.ca - Politics 02.23 / 01:38 www.cbc.ca
    Reform party founder Preston Manning says populism can be a positive force in Canadian politics if parties harness it properly, but warns it can also be very…
  8. GOP legislative leaders still working on tax reform plan

    Ksl.com-UT 02.23 / 00:55 www.ksl.com
    GOP legislative leaders are taking another look at the income tax piece of their tax reform package but are still working to put together a plan before the session ends March…
  9. Reform may have eased jail time for police slaying suspect

    Newstalk650.com - World 02.23 / 00:39 newstalk650.com
    LOS ANGELES — California's efforts to ease overcrowding in state prisons did not lead to an early release of a gang member accused of killing a police officer and wounding another but may have shortened the amount of time he was locked up for repeated probation violations. Michael Christopher Mejia, 26, was arrested Monday after police said he killed his cousin, crashed his cousin's car then fatally shot Whittier police Officer Keith Boyer and wounded Officer Patrick Hazell when they r…
  10. Turner: Firefighters delay on pension reform spurs more cuts

    Livehealthy.chron.com - Health 02.23 / 00:39 livehealthy.chron.com
    Mayor Sylvester Turner made good Wednesday on his earlier hints that the fire pension trustees' failure to agree to reform terms would see the fund receive deeper benefit cuts than it had tentatively agreed to last…
  11. Conference brings providers and consumers together on home care reforms

    Utilising client feedback to attract and keep consumers in a competitive home care market is the focus of an upcoming sector conference taking place next month. The post Conference brings providers and consumers together on home care reforms appeared first on Australian Ageing…
  12. Group bent on Democratic Party reform holds ECU rally

    Wnct.com - Greenville 02.23 / 00:30 wnct.com
    GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) – Students at East Carolina University are taking to campus in support of the “Our Revolution” campaign. “Our Revolu&…
  13. Social conditions that foster the implementation of democratic reforms

    Mediaforfreedom.com - Media 02.23 / 00:06 mediaforfreedom.com
    Social conditions that foster the implementation of democratic reforms include a free and responsible press and a universal public education and health system. These are necessary to raise the literacy of the people and create awareness of the political, economic and social changes affecting them. These would help the people electorate to effectively judge politicians and not re-elect those whose actions in office have been either questionable or have failed to yield productive results in…
  14. Reform may have eased jail time for police slaying suspect

    Lethbridgeherald.com - World 02.22 / 23:49 lethbridgeherald.com
    LOS ANGELES – California’s efforts to ease overcrowding in state prisons did not lead to an early release of a gang member accused of killing a police officer and wounding another but may have shortened the amount of time he was locked up for repeated probation violations. Michael Christopher Mejia, 26, was arrested Monday after The post Reform may have eased jail time for police slaying suspect appeared first on The Lethbridge Herald - News and Sports from around…
  15. Abraham talks about pending reforms

    Thenewsstar.com - Local 02.22 / 23:48 www.thenewsstar.com
    U.S. Rep. Ralph Abraham, R-Alto, talked about national security and reforms to health, taxes and baking Wednesday at a Monroe Chamber of Commerce…
  16. Md. members of Congress ask Hogan to push national redistricting reform

    Popular Republican governor says he is too busy working to reform state’s redistricting process to do what Democrats a…
  17. Reform may have eased jail time for police slaying suspect

    Abcnews.go.com -Crime 02.22 / 23:46 abcnews.go.com
    California's efforts to ease overcrowding in prisons did not lead to an early release for a gang member accused of killing a police officer and wounding another but may have shortened the amount of time he was locked up for repeated probation…
  18. County Council approves government reform legislation

    On Tuesday, the Anne Arundel County Council approved County Executive Steve Schuh’s legislation to expedite capital projects in the County.  “We came to office committed to making government work more efficiently,” said Schuh. “The legislation approved this evening will help ensure we can begin work on capital projects at the beginning of the fiscal year, [……
  19. Reform may have eased jail time for police slaying suspect

    Modbee.com - California 02.22 / 23:42 modbee.com
    California's efforts to ease overcrowding in state prisons did not lead to an early release of a gang member accused of killing a police officer and wounding another but may … Click to Continue…
  20. Reform may have eased jail time for police slaying suspect

    Mercedsunstar.com - California 02.22 / 23:42 mercedsunstar.com
    California's efforts to ease overcrowding in state prisons did not lead to an early release of a gang member accused of killing a police officer and wounding another but may … Click to Continue…