The Report and Educate About Campus Hazing Act would require hazing incidents to be reported as part of a college’s annual crime statistics and establish a comprehensive hazing prevention education program.
Until passage of HB 2322, Arizona was among only six states that did not have laws punishing hazing.
HB 1421 builds on legislation over the last three years to implement the additional recommendations of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Commission.
Safety and security are a priority for schools and legislators, but life safety shortcuts, such as door barricade devices, may lead to even more tragedy.
Implementing facial recognition is becoming more cumbersome as an increasing number of cities and states restrict the use of this technology.
Maine’s bill also gives citizens the ability to sue the state if they have been unjustifiably targeted by facial recognition technology.
A portion of the new law says active shooter drills should consider the impact on students’ mental health.
The VA medical facility improvements are part of the president’s $2.25 trillion ‘American Jobs Plan.’
HB 102 will limit how colleges can regulate gun possession on campus, but also pose safety and constitutional concerns.
The letter is a part of a new effort by Fight for the Future, the digital rights group behind BanFacialRecognition.com that will specifically focus on K-12 schools.