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Justice Department’s Plan to Collect Police Killings Data Is ‘Not Enough’

“It's disappointing that the Department of Justice wants to get serious about data collection and reporting with about 100 days left in this administration,” said Kanya Bennett, legislative counsel with the the American Civil Liberties Union. The post Justice Department’s Plan to Collect Police Killings Data Is ‘Not Enough’ appeared first on Rewire.
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