Regulating Surplus Military Equipment Given to Police, Barring Lenders from Remotely Disabling a Vehicle & Encouraging Manufacturing Jobs Top Monday Assembly Committees

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Legislation to regulate surplus military equipment given to local law enforcement, prohibit lenders from remotely disabling motor vehicles and create a career pathway to provide students with skills necessary to gain employment in manufacturing sector highlight Monday’s Assembly committee meetings…

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