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In an attempt to stop racially biased 911 calls, the city of Grand Rapids, Mich., is considering a human rights ordinance. The ordinance comes after unarmed, black minors were cuffed at gunpoint.

Grand Rapids, Mich. Aims To Make Racially Biased 911 Calls Illegal

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