New Assistant Police Chief Anthony Hera will not be disciplined for controversial social media posts mocking political protests made four years ago, but officials are revising the department’s social media policy as a result of an investigation, Chief Gary Ratliff announced Friday afternoon.

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Don Hill

Excellent decision. What are we becoming if we can't even draw a cartoon. Everything that happens these days, hurts someone's feelings. Get over it..

Carlos Ponce

City of League City[thumbup].

Karen Sawyer

Can't say I'm surprised

Larry Grissom

Free speech should be regardless of your employment. The man is entitled to his opinion.

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