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It is Jones’s top legislative priority, and therefore will pass out of her chamber.
Other bills from Jones would exempt certain sexual offenders from laws facilitating the early release of elderly prisoners, impose much harsher penalties on people who steal packages outside of people’s homes.
There are a lot of steps that need to be traveled to get there, but Jones is confident in the near-term success of the project.
I am confident that Ann’s professional experience in both Senator Leahy and Senator Jones’s offices will ensure a successful tenure as she continues to serve the institution of the Senate.
Conway and Jones’ strategy is a fairly common one among mathematicians, who often look for special types of solutions when they study polynomial equations.
One response to the Capitol riot would be to “clamp down on all forms of dissent and protest,” Jones said.
Not long after Jones was fired, Tennessee parted ways with athletic director John Currie.
Alsobrooks, a former prosecutor, said for the first time that she supports Jones’s effort to repeal Maryland’s powerful Law Enforcement Officers Bill of Rights.
They have Jones at quarterback, and he was a Heisman finalist who looked like one in throwing for 464 yards and five touchdowns.
That gave Alabama a 28-17 lead, and that’s not to be confused with the beauty just before that, 44 yards to Smith from Jones up the right sideline.

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