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WHAT COULD GO WRONG? Gov. Cuomo Wants a New Hate Crime Law. Would Police Use It to Suppress Protest…

WHAT COULD GO WRONG? Gov. Cuomo Wants a New Hate Crime Law. Would Police Use It to Suppress Protests? Enhanced sentences for rioting against a “protected class”? In two states, that now includes law enforcement. Cuomo should go back to fixing the subways and roads. And by “go back to” I mean “start.”
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