In cooperating with ICE immigration enforcement, Sheriff’s office violates the U.S. Constitution, disregards its own policy, and endangers public safety, say activists

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By Amanda Emerson, NKU Journalist Intern, akayaphotography@gmail.com

Early retired Mason cop Derek Bauman may be known as the city’s “go-to guy” for promoting the new streetcar but now he’s making a run for Cincinnati City Council.

“I think he would be an amazing city council member,” said Chris Seelbach, a council member for Cincinnati since 2011. “I know Derek to get things done.”

...ad hominem attacks are not a substitute for effective advocacy. Such personal attacks treat the court as though it were merely a political forum in which bargaining, compromise, and even intimidation are acceptable principles. The courts of law must be more than that, or we are not governed by law at all.     ~from Judge Bybee's dissent in the Ninth Circuit's decision to deny en banc review of Trump's first travel ban