Three CTEQI partners recently penned an op-ed for The Hill on ending qualified immunity.
The partners include Clark Neily of the Cato Institute, a key coalition partner of the Campaign to End Qualified Immunity (CTEQI). Ben and Jerry, co-founders and co-chairs of the campaign, co-wrote the op-ed as well.
“And while public confidence in police has never been lower,” the authors state, “the cause has never been clearer: qualified immunity.”
The piece provides context on how qualified immunity came to exist. It also refutes some of the common arguments supporting the policy and highlights recent cases of police brutality.
The bipartisan work partners involved with CTEQI are doing to end qualified immunity also appeared in the op-ed. “…the campaign to end qualified immunity is among the most demographically, ideologically, and culturally diverse movements in living memory and presents an extraordinary display of unity in a sea of toxic polarization.”
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