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FDP Comments to IADLEST on Transparency in National Decertification Index Expansion (August 2021)
NACDL Full Disclosure Project's response to the Request for Information and recommendations to the International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards and Training (IADLEST) regarding the National Decertification Index Expansion Project and the need to address and present law enforcement misconduct data transparently.
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- Comments to FDIC on Restrictions for Those with Relevant Criminal Convictions (March 2020)
- Comments to USDA on Proposed Changes to SNAP Benefits for ABAWD (April 2019)
- Letter to Education Secretary DeVos on Proposed Title IX Procedure in Campus Hearings (January 2019)
- Letter to the SEC on Whistleblower Provisions to the Securities Exchange Act (December 2010)
- Letter to the FCC on Prison Pay Phone Industry (July 2009)
- Comments to US Courts Administration on the Impact of Public Access to Case Documents (October 2007)
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