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SENATOR Ranard Henfield.

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Senator: Give undocumented the right to work for a year

SENATOR Ranard Henfield wants undocumented storm evacuees in shelters to be given freedom to reside and work legally in The Bahamas if they divulge information about their traffickers and comply with other requirements.

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Disability access poor at Parliament, says Henfield

SENATOR Ranard Henfield yesterday hit out at the government’s failure to make parliament more inclusive for people with disabilities. Mr Henfield noted parliametarians in both the Lower and Upper Houses were not required to “upload their contributio

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Henfield ‘must do more’ after anti-gay slur

ACTIVIST Erin Greene yesterday suggested parliamentarians adopt an anti-hate speech campaign after a senator used a homophobic slur on social media.

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Henfield votes no to spy bill

SENATOR Ranard Henfield voted against the Interception of Communications Bill in the upper house on Friday, the only senator to do so.He criticised the involvement of the attorney general in sanctioning interception devices as well as a provision all

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Henfield’s ‘no’ on spy bill vote

SENATOR Ranard Henfield indicated in a tweet over the weekend he will vote against the Interception of Communication Bill in the Senate, calling the issue “a matter of conscience”.

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Henfield issues salary challenge to Parliamentarians

SENATOR Ranard Henfield has challenged Members of Parliament and senators to donate at least a quarter of their salaries to individuals or groups launching community or national initiatives.

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Henfield: Hand spy bill to human rights association

SENATOR Ranard Henfield, head of the We March protest movement, is urging the Minnis administration to give the Grand Bahama Human Rights Association power over the so-called "Spy Bill" before having it tabled in Parliament. Attorney Fred Smith, hea

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Henfield happy on FNM progress

SENATOR Ranard Henfield said on Sunday he has not received a request from any of the sub-groups associated with the We March Bahamas organisation to stage a protest against the Minnis administration for inaction during its first 100 days.

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