Rep. Pine’s Inbox: Dog and Beth Chapman on Public Safety Bill HB 2514


BY REP. KYMBERLY MARCOS PINE – Duane ‘Dog’ and Beth Chapman are my special guests on this week’s Inbox. The stars of the A&E reality TV show “Dog The Bounty Hunter” share their concerns about HB 2514 which calls for criminals to be evaluated within three days of getting to jail and then possibly released without supervision. Domestic abuse victims and others who have been attacked will be at risk if criminals can get out without any accountability. They go into further detail on other parts of the bill. What are your thoughts?  Click here to see the bill.

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