The New York Times featured The Land Board Member Caitlyn Johnson’s reporting in an in-depth investigation into the financial incentives driving police traffic stops across three U.S. states. The story quotes Johnson on her investigation into the Bratenahl Mayor’s Court and links back to one of her stories in The Land.
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In Cleveland, there continues to be a lack of accountability, transparency, and trust when it comes to the police, and that’s with a consent decree in place. That’s where we the people come in. On November 2nd, Clevelanders have an opportunity to vote for change: Issue 24.
In the wake of George Floyd’s murder and the Black Lives Matter protests that have rocked our cities and small towns, the village of Bratenahl recently sponsored a resolution calling on Congress and the state legislature to “ensure Black Americans have equal protections under the law” and declare racism a public health crisis.