Watchdog - Bars could be forced to shut down June 07, 2014 Check out what was hot this week! Three cops in New Mexico’s infamous anal cavity search case still on jobIt’s one of the most shocking and infamous cases to ever come out of New Mexico: A man, falsely suspected of carrying drugs, forced to undergo multiple anal cavity searches. One photo reveals big issue with Seattle’s $15 minimum wageIt’s easy enough to discuss what could happen under a controversial policy, but it’s a little more difficult to provide evidence after enactment to prove a claim. ‘Are these kind of armed pre-dawn raids standard operating procedure?’John Chisholm, the Milwaukee County District Attorney and Democrat who launched a secret John Doe investigation into conservatives nearly three years ago, suggests prosecutor-sought raids on the homes of targets may well just be a figment of one man’s imagination. Police could force bars to install surveillance cameras – or be shut down Bernie LaVelle doesn’t want to infringe on his customers’ privacy by installing surveillance cameras at his Weekend at Bernie’s bar, but his local government may not give him a choice. Military families file lawsuit; say housing project made them sick Families stationed on Marine Corps Base Hawaii in Kaneohe have filed a class action lawsuit. Like it, love it, want more of it? Get breaking news coverage in your state at Watchdog.org!