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Archive for June, 2015

The Language of Justice

June 10th, 2015Posted By: Sergio Garciduenas-Sease

While Yakima’s focus has been on City Council elections in the aftermath of Judge Thomas Rice’s ruling that the city was in violation of the federal Voting Rights Act, much work remains to accomplish equality for all throughout the Yakima Valley. One area in particular is the judiciary. According to the U.S. Census, 47 percent […]

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Sexual Assault of Minors in Rural Areas: The Role of Human Service Departments

June 3rd, 2015Posted By: Megan Chang-Ngaruiya

Contributor: Policy & Practice - Daniel Pollack

They may not make the national news too frequently, but minors in rural areas are sexually assaulted— very often. Federal and state legislatures have enacted laws designed to protect minors from registered sex offenders. Adopted in 1996, Megan’s Law created a nationwide sex offender registry. Every state followed suit. Codified in California Penal Code, §§ […]

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