‘Matson Bill’ reaches capitol

lisa Ingebrand, LifeEnterprise

Waseca County Attorney Rachel Androli (left) poses with Waseca Police Officer Arik Matson, who was shot in the line of duty last year, and his wife, Megan, at the state capitol after a bill to strengthen state criminal penalties was introduced. (Photo courtesy of Rachel Androli)

Bill proposes increased penalties for attempted murder of law enforcement officers


A bill to strengthen state criminal penalties against individuals who are convicted of attempted first-degree murder of a police officer, judge, prosecutor, or correctional officer was introduced at the state capital on January 14.

Waseca County Attorney Rachel Androli, a former member of the Waterville City Council and Waterville-Elysian-Morristown School Board, was among those to speak at a press...


To see more on this story, pick up the January 21, 2021 print edition of the LifeEnterprise.



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