HB 4, the New Mexico Civil Rights Act, passed the New Mexico House of Representatives Thursday 39 to 29 after a three-hour debate on the House floor, getting qualified immunity one step closer to being old news in new Mexico.
Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, co-founders of Ben & Jerry’s and co-chairs of The Campaign to End Qualified Immunity recently appeared on Yahoo! Money
Maryland Delegate Jheanelle Wilkins introduced a bill that would end qualified immunity for police who break the law while on the job,
The family of Hector Arreola, who died under police custody in January 2017, released a four-minute video reenactment of Hector’s death, along with audio of Hector’s 911 call, during a press conference in Columbus, Georgia, on Friday, in hopes of bringing renewed attention to their case.
Campaign To End Qualified Immunity Co-Chair Jerry Greenfield recently appeared on Between The Lines to discuss qualified immunity and how the legal doctrine stifles accountability for bad police officers.
New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson voiced his support of a package the Council introduced that contains 11 bills—including one to end qualified immunity—that aims to “change the footprint of policing in New York City”
Campaign To End Qualified Immunity Co-Chairs Ben Cohen And Jerry Greenfield recently appeared on the CATO Daily Podcast to discuss the qualified immunity doctrine.
In Massachusetts and Virginia, two of the states that have passed police reform bills since the death of George Floyd in 2020, activists are refusing to settle for bills that cut out key reforms like ending qualified immunity.
Jerry Greenfield, co-founder of Ben & Jerry’s, recently appeared on Rising Up with Sonali to discuss the Campaign to End Qualified Immunity