27 Blog Posts From the DUE PROCESS Tag


TheNewspaper.com Roundup: March 26, 2018

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: March 26, 2018

In this week’s TheNewspaper.com Roundup! –Akron seeks speed trap cash from National Safety Council– –Florida Gang Cops can’t write seat belt tickets– –Minnesota Lawmakers want to audit ALPRs– Friday, March 23, 2018 Towns Seek Speed Trap Cash From Group That Profits From Tickets The city council in Akron, Ohio, on Monday adopted an ordinance authorizing […]

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: January 29, 2018

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: January 29, 2018

In this week’s TheNewspaper.com Roundup! –New Canadian Study on Bicycle/Motorist Conflicts– –MD AG slaps Speed Cam Cities for Lack of Transparency– –OH Court of Appeals sides with Motorists against Cams– Friday, January 26, 2018 Canadian Study Uses Video Analysis To Track Bicycle, Motorist Conflicts Bicycle activist groups frequently call on police to crack down on […]

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: January 1, 2018

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: January 1, 2018

In this week’s TheNewspaper.com Roundup! –2017 Year In Review– –Illinois: Insurance Company Refuses To Cover Illegal Red-Light Camera Program– –Oklahoma Supreme Court Slams DUI Law– Friday, December 29, 2017 2017 Year In Review Read the ten most viewed stories on TheNewspaper.com during 2017. Thursday, December 28, 2017 Illinois: Insurance Company Refuses To Cover Illegal Red-Light […]

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: December 11, 2017

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: December 11, 2017

In this week’s TheNewspaper.com Roundup! –Louisiana Supremes reject Traffic Cam Challenge– –Tasered Motorists sues town– –OH Speed Trap Town busted by State Auditor– Friday, December 8, 2017 Louisiana Supreme Court Rejects Traffic Camera Challenge The Louisiana Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected a challenge to the photo ticketing program in New Orleans. Because city officials re-wrote […]

oos Lobbying in DC, Part 2 – License to Steal: oos E-Newsletter #465

oos Lobbying in DC, Part 2 – License to Steal: oos E-Newsletter #465

I get annoyed by the overuse of certain clichéd buzzwords and catch phrases in our area of advocacy, terms like “big brother,” “nanny state,” and “taxation by citation” for instance. That isn’t to say that they don’t sneak into the oos vernacular from time to time. In fact, I used the golden oldie “highway robbery” […]