Urge Congress to Respond to Hate

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Despite the recent national surge in hate incidents, federal data collection of hate crimes is lacking. Though the Federal Bureau of Investigation began collecting hate crimes statistics in 1990, reporting by local law enforcement agencies is sporadic at best. This data is crucial for tracking hate crimes and ensuring that impacted communities receive funding to fight them. The National Observations of Hate, Assaults, and Threats to Equality (NO HATE) Act (S 662 / HR 1556), introduced by Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) and Rep. Don Beyer (D-VA) on March 15, would help fight the recent surge in hate incidents by expanding assistance and resources for victims of hate crimes and requiring the Justice Department ensure localities receiving federal funding are credibly reporting hate crimes.

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