Mitratech acquires Tracker Corp, adding leading I-9 and Immigration Management solutions to its legal and compliance technology portfolio


AUSTIN, Texas, July 31, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Mitratech, a leading global provider of legal and compliance software, today announced its acquisition of Tracker Corp, the foremost provider of SaaS I-9, E-Verify, and immigration management solutions. This will uniquely equip Mitratech to help organizations overcome the challenges of increased government scrutiny, remote workforces, inefficient immigration management, and painful and costly manual staffing processes.

Tracker Corp. solutions have a 20-year history of enabling legal accuracy and ensuring data security:

  • Its I-9 Complete offering is the only end-to-end I-9 compliance software solution that’s maintained a perfect track record of zero client fines.

House Votes To Block Federal Interference Of Legal Cannabis


The U.S. House of Representatives voted on Thursday to approve an amendment to a defense spending bill that prohibits the federal government from spending money on investigating and prosecuting cannabis activities that are legal under state or tribal law. The wide-ranging amendment, proposed by Democratic Rep. Earl Blumenauer of Oregon, is similar to spending restrictions placed on federal agencies to protect legal cannabis that have been passed each year since 2014.

“This is the most significant vote on marijuana policy reform that the House of Representatives has taken this year,” Justin Strekal, the political director for the National Organization for

Police officers should not be charged with Breonna Taylor’s death, criminal law experts say – News – Rockford Register Star


LOUISVILLE, Ky. – LeBron James wants them charged. So does Beyoncé.  

And so do 10 million other people who have signed a petition at demanding justice for Breonna Taylor — and that Louisville Metro Police Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly, Officer Myles Cosgrove and ex-Officer Brett Hankison be charged with killing her. 

But in interviews and emails, seven experienced Louisville defense lawyers who are not involved in the case — and who have an average of 37 years each in practice — say the officers should not be charged with murder or manslaughter because they had a legal right to defend

The power and danger of social media for law enforcement — GCN

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The power and danger of social media for law enforcement

Amid the current national discourse about the proper use of police force, social media has become a powerful tool for law enforcement agencies. Texts, posts and tweets offer direct ways to engage with communities by sharing critical updates and receiving candid feedback about local concerns.

Social media can help spread information rapidly to community members, which can be useful during public safety emergencies and natural disasters. It can also reduce the time it takes for first responders to get the important