Legislation Opposed by the FOP in the 116th Congress

  • H.R. 1595 (Perlmutter, D-CO), the “Secure and Fair Enforcement (SAFE) Banking Act,” which would allow U.S. banks and financial institutions to do business with companies trafficking in an illegal substance—marijuana;
  • H.R. 1698 (Peterson, D-MN), the “Small Carrier Electronic Logging Device Exemption Act,” which would exempt some trucking companies from the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) rule and create a potential officer and highway safety hazard;
  • S. 1200 (Merkley, R-OR), the “Secure and Fair Enforcement (SAFE) Banking Act,” which would allow U.S. banks and financial institutions to do business with companies trafficking in an illegal substance—marijuana;
  • Legislation that would impose any tax, direct or indirect, on any employer-sponsored health coverage;
  • Legislation that would weaken the overtime protections for law enforcement officers in current Federal regulations;
  • Legislation or amendments that would have the effect of weakening PL 106-185, the Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform Act of 2000;
  • Legislation that would create or fund “civilian review boards” of law enforcement at any level of government; and
  • Legislation that would further normalize relations with Cuba, Mexico or any other nation until that country ceases to be a safe harbor for cop-killers and other fugitives.

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