is a reporting fellow at the Texas Tribune. She is a senior at Emerson College, where she studies journalism and Latin American/Latinx studies. Before that, she received her associates degree in Mass Communication from Miami Dade College. Riane has worked as an investigative reporter for Northwestern's Medill Justice Project, where she wrote about a Miami man who spent 12 years in prison for a murder he claimed he didn't commit. She speaks Spanish and was an intern for NPR affiliate WLRN in South Florida, where she covered the safety commissions created in the aftermath of the Parkland shooting.
Federal law already makes it illegal for most people to possess a weapon on secure parts of an airport tarmac. The bill was aimed at also allowing local law enforcement, especially at smaller airports, to take action in the face of an emergency. Full Story