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Advocates critical of Chicago’s ‘drug corner’ arrest plan

Advocates in Chicago are calling a plan by the city’s police to deploy 1200 additional officers over the July Fourth holiday weekend to arrest teenagers found on so-called “drug corners” unconstitutional, saying it contradicts police reform measures. Sheila Bedi, an attorney representing a coalition of community organizers and a Clinical professor of Law at the Northwestern Pritzker School of Law joins Ivette Feliciano for more.
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