Thanks You Governor Mike Parson of Missouri. These bills has worked for the good of all. After more than three years since you signed these laws into law; HB 192 modifies provisions relating to the payment fines by offenders. The bill also modifies how commitment count minimum prison terms are calculated for specific nonviolent offenses, SB 1 removes certain offenses from the list of crimes where expungement is not currently available, including property damage in the first degree, stealing, possession of a forging instrumentality, and fraudulent use of a credit device or debit device.
Other bills signed include:
HB 243 - Release from Lease for Victims
Allows victims of certain crimes to be released from certain lease agreements if documentation is provided to the landlord.
SB 291 - Omnibus Public Safety (911)
Modifies provisions relating to emergency communication services.
HB 898 - “Back the Blue” License Plate
Establishes a special license plate supporting the Missouri Law Enforcement Memorial Foundation.
SB 306 - Dependents of Military Members
Modifies several provisions relating to education for members of military families.
SB 333 - Fire Protection Districts
Authorizes certain fire protection districts and municipalities to propose a sales tax for fire protection.
SB 12 - Service of Court Order Changes
Modifies provisions relating to charges for the service of court orders.
SB 83 - Omnibus Court Proceedings
Modifies provisions relating to the relocation of a child covered by a custody or visitation order.
That after the vote of the membership, its' chapters/chartes (of 82.9%). We do hereby issue our 2020 resolution. The National Board of Membership expresses its deepest appreciation for the outstanding contributions made by Former President Donald J Trump during his public service, in support of Ex-offenders, their families, and our communities of release. Law and order equal equality in justice for all. Thank you Mr. President. click Mr. Trump Photo for full resolution.
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FACTS ABOUT PRISON WITHIN THE UNITED STATES
Over 2.2 million people are currently in U.S. jails or prisons.
That’s more than the entire population of New Mexico.
It's the highest prison population in the entire world.
The U.S. also has the highest prison rate in the world at about 724 people per 100,000.
Half of the world’s prison population of approximately 9 million people is held in the U.S., Russia, or China.
Over 2.7 million children in the U.S. have a parent behind bars.
There are over 5,000 jails and prisons in the U.S.
There are more jails than colleges in the U.S.
In many parts of the country, there are more people in jail than living on college campuses.
The U.S. prison population has more than quadrupled since the early 1980s: when mandatory minimum sentencing laws for drugs when into effect.
Severe prison overcrowding means that violent criminals are being released early to make room for non-violent drug offenders who are required to serve a minimum amount of time--regardless of what a judge says.
Federal law currently requires a mandatory minimum sentence of five years for a first-time, non-violent drug offense.
Approximately 60 percent of federal drug offenders are subject to mandatory minimum sentences.
Incarceration costs taxpayers almost $70 billion annually.
State spending on corrections has grown about 300 percent in just the past 20 years.
The Smarter Sentencing Act would save taxpayers nearly $24 billion over the next 20 years.
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