Blumenthal Unveils Bill To Toughen Federal Hate Crimes Law

March 13, 2017

Connecticut U.S.  says he’s introducing legislation that would strengthen federal law to help combat an uptick in hate crimes occurring across the nation.

The proposal creates incentives for law enforcement to submit credible and complete reports on hate crimes.

 

Read more at: http://connecticut.cbslocal.com/2017/03/13/blumenthal-unveils-bill-to-toughen-federal-hate-crimes-law/


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