Impeachment, False Reporting, 2021 Agenda and More

Posted on January 27, 2021

Malicious False Reporting Relief Act: While false reporting to law enforcement authorities is a crime, it often goes unprosecuted. The Malicious False Reporting Relief Act allows people to bring a civil action against someone who falsely calls the police on them.

Right now, what do conservatives stand for? Establishment conservatives should want to rid themselves of Donald Trump to help stop him from turning the conservative movement into a Trumpist MAGA movement. But it looks like mainline conservatives have given up. For more, read the latest IdeaLog, our blog intended to raise eyebrows and engage minds.

What We Know About the Senate Impeachment Trial: The impeachment trial will tell us a lot about the future of the Republican Party and of bipartisanship both nationally and in states and localities. This is one the NPR Politics Podcasts.

State and Local Leaders Push Biden to Protect 30% of US Land, Waters by 2030: An open letter organized by the League of Conservation Voters and signed by more than 450 state and local elected officials asks the President to take six specific actions as part of a “30×30” goal.

Red states, look at these policy recommendations from the George W. Bush Center: There are some valuable policy recommendations in Expanding Opportunity: State and Local Policy Agenda for Economic Mobility. You might pick a policy and then seek across-the-aisle support by pointing out it’s from the George W. Bush Presidential Center.

2021 Progressive Agenda for the States and Localities: The 2021 edition of the PLI policy handbook is online! The Progressive Agenda highlights 50 model bills for the current year and hyperlinks to more than 100 others.