Feb 10, 2016

Ferguson City Council Backs Most DOJ Reforms, Seeks Delay and Changes | Democracy Now!

The City Council in Ferguson, Missouri has voted to approve the broad terms of an agreement with the Justice Department to address rampant discrimination in the police and court system. But the council also sought a series of changes, including an additional six months to make the reforms, and an exemption for outside agencies if police work is outsourced. A Justice Department official called the...

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