Source: The Wrestling Observer Newsletter

-- Amelia's Law, the bill being pushed by the family of Dutch "Zeb Colter" Mantel after Mantel's granddaughter was killed in a car wreck by a felon running from local police, has been approved by the local Judiciary Committee. It was originally shut down from voting this year due to the costs involved. It would see a stricter oversight on the parole board hearings for potentially dangerous felons. It still has a long way to go before it is official but this gives it an advantage when it is up for consideration later this year. Mantel and his daughter both worked on the bill personally.

-- Tyson Kidd is still training for his in-ring return. He wrote on Twitter: "Starting to do some jumping exercises at therapy. @D1Sports rebuilding me better than ever"

-- Sin Cara recently suffered a concussion, likely during his match with Jack Swagger on the March 11 episode of RAW. He was evaluated on March 18 and had impact concussion testing. He missed last weekend's live events and didn't work Tuesday's SmackDown tapings.